Mountains and Stars

Sunday drives go back a long way in our family, so on March 8, 2015 early evening I headed out up the hill toward Glenwood.  I remembered a road someone had told me about to a new viewpoint, and found a lovely little spot to view Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge and all of CamasContinue reading “Mountains and Stars”

Glenwood

Glenwood, Washington is about to be swamped by 2000 bicyclists Sunday, September 6, and town will be buzzing all day with riders, booths, Native artist ready to share drawings, my photography, Indian Tacos, Music and more.  A Tent City is being set up to house the riders overnight with their own view of Mount Adams.Continue reading “Glenwood”

The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House

I am working on some projects involving old homes and barns, which fascinate me, and thought I would share this new image with you.  This is The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House near refuge headquarters at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Glenwood, Washington.  Later on I will share many more images inside and out. You canContinue reading “The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House”

Bird Festival at Conboy!

Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge, with the only known colony of nesting pairs of Sandhill Cranes in Washington State, is hosting a Bird Festival on Saturday April 26, 2014, in conjunction with the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum.  The Discovery Center will be on site with their Raptors for a demo, and there willContinue reading “Bird Festival at Conboy!”

Saturday Night Sunset Chase

After another beautiful day on February 22 with Lennies over the Gorge and puffy white clouds in blue sky, I made an impulsive decision at sunset to drive north towards Glenwood. I started a little later than I should, and made it to the edge of Conboy Lake national wildlife refuge just at the peakContinue reading “Saturday Night Sunset Chase”

Wandering through Fall with Friends at Conboy Wildlife Refuge

Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge is lovely any time of year, with widely changing terrain as a large area floods and dries out in cycles.  Large herds of Elk wander the refuge, and flocks of migrating birds make it an annual stop along the route. Here is a great news article from 2011 about conboyContinue reading “Wandering through Fall with Friends at Conboy Wildlife Refuge”