Astoria, OR to Portland

Stephen Sails

Member I
Hell yeah, kids, I made it!
Two days, fifteen hours (motoring) on water, and Little Lisa is home in Portland.
Thanks to everyone for your support!
 

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goldenstate

Member III
Blogs Author
My kids threw balsa airplanes off the top of the Astoria column last summer on a trip visiting family.

I bet it was a pretty (if slow) trip up the river.
 

toddster

Curator of Broken Parts
Blogs Author
It took me a while to figure out that it's just as fast to dock somewhere and go explore the bayous on the SUP when the tide is unfavorable...
 

Loren Beach

O34 - Portland, OR
Senior Moderator
Blogs Author
Good Going!
I have, when lucky, caught the incoming tide surge at Cathlamet and rode it all the way to Portland. Of course I was on the water that day from 8 am to about midnight. (sigh)
:)
 

Stephen Sails

Member I
I’m glad we pushed on to Kalama. We were more tired than we realized, and I definitely did not want to be on the water at night!
 
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