For a few years now I have been running a little web app called Cone Patrol that simply notifies the snow riders of Central Oregon when there is new snow at Mt. Bachelor. Users send a text with their preferred snow amount – say 4″ of powder – and when the mountain receives four or more […]
Growing up in the Seattle area in the 90’s was quite amazing. The region was massively less-populated than the King County of today – traffic back then would be considered a delight to many now I’m certain. Fortunately I had some parents that trusted me enough to do things like drive to the Kitsap Peninsula […]
Yesterday I went to visit some Old Friends ( <– you really should open that in another tab and give it a listen ), with one of my best friends. Smith Rock is a magical place – not certain how else to explain it. My first years living in Central Oregon I spent countless hours at […]
From time to time I post things to this blog on accident. Reason being, I’m fortunate enough to work alongside 500+ amazing people around the world to make WordPress and other Internet things a bit more awesome each day. Right now I’m working on the post editor and crafting many test posts. So to apologize […]
There has been some big news regarding the Lower Deschutes river and the impact of the Selective Water Withdrawal Tower at the Pelton Dam. Earlier this week, the Deschutes River Alliance filed suite against PGE on the impact the SWWT has taken on the Lower Deschutes. This alongside the pending legal battle on the Deschutes […]
Most definitely adding this to my must tie list!
February 21st. My nephew’s birthday. But also it happens to be some crazy steelhead cosmic love time rift for me. Photographic evidence of this oddity: February 21st, 2015 – 10:34 AM February 21st, 2016 – 10:37 AM This fish was caught a few minutes earlier – took a bit to find a place to anchor up. […]
A great read on return rates of hatchery programs on the Deschutes, and the impact ( or lack thereof ) of the Selective Water Withdrawal Tower. https://deschutesriveralliance.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/what-happened-to-all-the-fish/
Sunrise on a spring creek in the high desert with my puppy. Good morning indeed.