The anticipation along the White Salmon is palpable. River enthusiasts are chomping at the bit to see what new whitewater they have to explore, scientists are on the edge of their seats to see what happens to the millions of cubic yards of trapped sediment, concerned local residents are anxious to see whether their worst fears are realized. Me? I just hope all my cameras work.
In this video I recently produced, I check in with two local residents to learn what they’re looking forward to. Heather Herbeck works for Wet Plantet, a local raft company, and is excited to explore the new whitewater in her backyard. Phyllis Clausen, 30 year resident of Trout Lake, WA, is excited to see a project she’s poured her heart and soul into finally come to fruition.
What about you? What are you looking forward to seeing, learning or experiencing when Condit is breached in two weeks and the lake is drained?