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The Substation Fire near The Dalles, Oregon started on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 and is currently 78,425 acres.

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Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant, in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Lots of animal life in the regenerating wildfire area too. Bird life was abundant,  in addition to the cuteness of baby geese, there were lots of gulls, ducks, sparrows, we saw a red breasted finch in camp, the red wing blackbirds were singing, raptors flew overhead. In the uplands there were many sparrows and the Western Meadowlarks were singing to each other. In addition to our lizard friend from camp we saw a brown racer snake and a rattlesnake. (The rattlesnake was already upset when we passed by, so I didn't stop for a photo session, it would have been rude.) Insect life was thick, butterflies, beetles, ants, we heard fish jumping in the river, I think after the photo 5 creatures. Life definitely has returned to the landscape. 
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #columbiarivergorge #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #wildlife #mompacking #gooutside #hiking #pnwlife
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers, I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass. #recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Today's cool and cloudy weather seems a world away from last Friday's sunny and hot hike. I wanted to share some of the fire recovery life. Past experience with burned areas had led me to hope for a strong wildflower bloom, and there were flowers, but the bloom was not as heavy as in recent years. The grasses were prominent, although mostly not as thick as before. Usually this area has a lot of examples of parasitic wildflowers,  I didn't spot any this trip. The 1st photo, Geranium richardsonii was tucked in amongst the phlox but its whiteness really stood out. Photo 2 is Mimulus in one of the drainages near the river, no. 3 is the phlox, which does seem to respond well to wildfire, no. 4 is one of the lupines, several occur here. They were shorter this year, and the tops of the bloom spikes seemed to have been damaged by the sudden turn of hot weather. Photo 5 is I think Lomatium macrocarpum, and 6 is probably Lomatium grayi( I didn't scale the rocks to examine it closely. It was hot, there are ticks and rattlesnakes.I stayed on the trail. No sense of adventure anymore I guess.) No.7 is Claytonia in scorched soil, No. 8 📸 @maryw6 's photo of Gaillardia aristata, No. 9 📸 @bob7z7 's photo of one of the Balsamroots. Final photo shows the density of the recovering grass.
#recoveryfromwildfire #substationfire #wildflowers #deschutesriverstaterecreationarea #columbiarivergorge #mompacking #gooutside #pnwlife #goforawalk #beautyeverywhere #regeneration
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all. #viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
Scenes from the campsite. We were fortunate that the grove of trees at our favorite camping spot along the river survived last years wildfire, and the view of the river was opened up because the blackberry thicket was killed by the fire. Fire season already in effect this year, photo 2 is the inhabitant of the fire circle at camp. I believe it is a Sagebrush lizard, Sceloporus graciosus, who kept us company all evening and breakfasted on a flying insect in the morning. Photo 5 was the view from the tent when I opened my eyes in the morning. Not bad at all.
#viewfromcamp #oregonnativewildlife #sagebrushlizard #campingbuddy #deschutesriver #dusk #moon #morningview #mompacking #deshutesriverstaterecreationarea #mompackingyear5 #landscaperecoveringfromfire #substationfire
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
River Mile 24, or something like that aka Mack’s Canyon. Thanks @watertimeoutfitters for a fun day Monday, looking at the aftermath of the Substation 🔥 @cerealbox48 #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #troutfishing #deschutesriver #rainbowtrout #redbands #substationfire #watertimeoutfitters
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
In the canyon yesterday with @watertimeoutfitters #fishingcentraloregon #fishmthood #flyfishing #substationfire #mackscanyon
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