A garbage scow is a large watercraft used to transport refuse and garbage across waterways. It is often in the form of a barge which is towed or otherwise moved by means of tugboats; however, many are also self-propelled. By me!
and what would the river gallery be without a picture of this one….?
The goslings have taken on new a new color.
as Susan Sarandon says in “Bull Durham” baby ducks are cute….
glassy, moving, and groovin’
lush bankside vegetation on upper McKenzie…
elegant lunch accommodations for three…
a view of the riparian zone
10 minute parking, violators will have fun…
Riparian Tours crew 6/12/18 — sans boat dog….
oh shucks, it’s over… but by cracky we’ll be out again tomorrow!
Finn Rock Reach, now a part of the McKenzie River Trust protected watershed!
Leaving the put-in at Hayden Bridge.
Clearwater to Island Park recon run with boat at anchor near Nature Conservancy work at confluence of Middle Fork and Coast Fork.
Bald Eagle near Mohawk River confluence.
Boat dog extraordinaire -- Sadie
Lil rapids near McKenzie View Drive almost to Armitage.
Deerhorn bridge abutment from another era...
The ever watchful bird dog...
Eugene Water and Electric Board Island above power canal.