2009 Fish Propagation Annual Report. 2011 04 Comp Plan. ReimersPaul1964. Frances Hunter's American Heroes Blog. February 10, 2011 by Frances Hunter A collapsed burial shed on the Columbia River.
Illustration from Cosmopolitan magazine, November 1898 On October 31, 1805, even while he was scouting out the best way to navigate the Cascades of the Columbia, William Clark found time to explore and wonder about a very ancient tradition: ½ a mile lower I saw 8 Vaults for the Dead which was nearly Square 8 feet Closely Covered with broad boads Curiously engraved, the bones in Some of those vaults wer 4 feet thick, in others the Dead was yet layed Side of each other nearly East & west, raped up & bound Securley in robes, great numbers of trinkets Brass Kittle, Sea Shells, Iron, Pan Hare &c. Pacific Northwest Stream Survey. Oregon Digital Advanced Search Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Falls above Timber Creek Title Falls above Timber Creek LC Subject Waterfalls Description Falls above Timber Creek, tributary to the Washougal River.
Pacific Northwest Stream Survey. Oregon Digital Advanced Search Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Limit your search Topic Waterfalls 5 Work Type Region Rights Type Format Collection Institution Decade Browse Items Search.
Pacific Northwest Stream Survey. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributarie... Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Springfield MAIN MESSAGE AUG 2016. CorporateClosures. Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood Timeline. This is the start of a more complete timeline of the Columbia River Gorge (west) and Mount Hood from 1730 until the present time.
Who made this? Chase. You can visit his website at ChasingHistory.org Why does the timeline start in 1730? What about all the history before that? The format of this website and spacing between dates made the addition of events more than 300 years ago too unwieldy. What do the colors mean? Green indicates a noteworthy event in the (West) Columbia River Gorge or on Mount Hood. Gray for events of importance elsewhere, and anything else that didn't fit into the color scheme.
Purple is Presidents and Politicians. Why are the Presidents on here? Historical context, as well as matching Presidents to policies and laws affecting the area. How reliable is this information? Just about every fact on this timeline is supported by a source I could cite for you should you email me. Some events were dated January 1 because the date within the year was unknown to me. Friends of the Columbia Gorge : 3D Gorge Trail Map.
Google Earth in the browser is new technology and is not supported by all modern browsers (like Apple IPad), and will not run on old versions of browsers.
Even when the Google Earth Plugin has been installed properly, you may have to refresh the page once or twice to successfully load the Google Earth Plugin. The Google Earth Plugin loads very slowly even if installed properly, have patience. When all goes well, our implementation of the Google Earth Plugin may take as long as two minutes to completely load and the browser again responds to your input. Columbia Gorge: A Unique American Treasure - Michael S. Spranger. Mount Hood WebCams. MT HOOD TEST SITE SNOTEL 5370 ft Located 4 miles SSW of Mt Hood's summit, 1 mile SSW of Timberline Lodge Mt Hood Test Site (651) Oregon SNOTEL Site - 5370 ft Hourly Data for 2014-10-16 16:00 to 2014-10-17 15:00 (As of: Fri Oct 17 15:59:27 PDT 2014) MUD RIDGE SNOTEL 4070 ft Located 8 miles SSW of Mt Hood's summit, south of Trillium Lake Mud Ridge (655) Oregon SNOTEL Site - 4070 ft Hourly Data for 2014-10-16 16:00 to 2014-10-17 15:00 (As of: Fri Oct 17 15:59:27 PDT 2014) CLEAR LAKE SNOTEL 3810 ft Located 12 miles south of Mt Hood's summit, just NE of Clear Lake.
Random research. World Waterfall Database - The webs most authoritive source about Waterfalls. Welcome to the Northwest Waterfall Survey. Portland Hikers. Build a stone wall by Charles Sanders. The natural beauty of a stone wall has been romanticized in poem and picture for hundreds of years.
There is a soothing permanence that can be seen in a well-built stone wall. I have built a couple of simple stone walls over the years and thought I'd share what I have learned about the process of building and working with stone. Our area is very rocky, and a few folks make pretty decent money just "harvesting" and selling fieldstone. They work up and down the streams and creeks in the area, hauling load after load of heavy stone out in old pickup trucks. The "crick rock," as it is often called, is sold by the ton to a local dealer who then sells it all over the state and region. Recently, we had a planting bed that needed to be rebuilt. Once I had gathered the stone at the construction site, I decided that I would have to cut or split a few of the pieces to make the puzzle fit together.
Cutting or splitting a stone will give you a piece that will fit better into a given spot.