Get up. Have some good coffee. Run your boat down to the Dersham's. Go back home and cook breakfast for your family and friends. Go down to the riverbank behind the cabin with your granddaughter and take pictures of wooden drift boats on a sunny day. Then spend the afternoon looking at great craftsmanship and meeting wonderful people. Top it off with a good friend getting a wonderful gift, and a great dinner with good friends, it really doesn't get much better.
Just posted some pics of the boats floating past our cabin at Eagle Rock Saturday, what a wonderful sight.
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Grew up on the McKenzie watching the pioneer guides float by while I fished from the bank as a kid. As a retired yacht builder I have a hard time not having a boat project underway.
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