After Lake Bonneville covered the Hood River delta, there was a short spit of land created from fill roughly north of exit 63. This marina was eventually sheltered by Nichols Basin ("Hood River Harbor") when it was constructed in 1962.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
Does look chilly, doesn't it.
I think what I noticed first was the lack of the houses over there on the Washington side, where now they are just side by side all the way along there.
charlott on 30th August 2017 @ 7:04am
I do not look forward to this kind of winter weather. His feet are cold, his hands are cold, his nose is frozen and probably his car is stuck.
However, I guess the snow does replenish water for the wells used by the many houses that now line the bluff. As Charlott says, they are side by side and more in the building process.
L.E. on 30th August 2017 @ 8:01am
Wasn't this piece of fill known as "the mole" in the 1950's?
cg on 30th August 2017 @ 8:39am
Hey - what might the signage read ? " Kayaks & SUPs for rent " ? :)
Stever on 31st August 2017 @ 7:58pm