WELCOME TO  GLENWOOD, WASHINGTON WEATHER
Glenwood is located at the foot of Mt Adams,  in the scenic                     
Glenwood Valley/Camas Prairie  of Klickitat County. 
Note.....Mt. Adams  is NOT in Klickitat County.
 
                         

PHOTO BY DARLISA [email protected] Starlisa.net

 

LOOK AT THE GREEN MOISTURE COME IN AND IT TURNS BLUE!!

LLOYD BROTHERS OF MT ADAMS
OPB''s Oregon Field Guide has an episode on the Oregon Silverspot Butterfly, Lilly Bogs in Southern Oregon, Hosmer Lake and The Lloyd Brothers and their life with Mt Adams.  The entire episode is interesting, but if you want to watch just the Lloyd Brothers, it starts at about 11:00 minutes.

I think Charlie's Weather is new to the Portland area.  He says something about Boring, OR being near Kelso, WA??  Another reason I think he is new, is because Portland people usually don't like to criticize themselves...
"The combination of snowfall beginning in the evening and Portland's notoriously terrible winter-weather drivers no doubt raises some concerns about the evening commute."

TUESDAY

It's cloudy this morning, and will turn snowy later today. Temps will be in the mid 20's early and low 30's later. Light snowfall during the day becomes moderate after 4pm. 1-3” Hood River. East wind. No rainbows. Tuesday (I think she means Wednesday)  looks cloudy. Temps will be in the mid 20's early and mid 30's in the afternoon. East wind. Dry weather. No rainbows. Thursday looks Overcast. Temps will be in the mid 20's early and upper 30's (maybe?) in the afternoon. No precip. Next chance of snow/rain is Friday afternoon.

TEMIRA'S TRAVEL ADVISORY:
Good morning, neighbors! In a fun and exciting twist, the NAM wins today's forecast battle. Reality resulted in an offshore low moving much closer to the coast than the ECMWF or GFS had predicted, and that means snow for EVERYONE! Stay far, far away from Portland today!........

If you want to read more of Temira's Travel Advisory, you can click on the yellow button down below.  Or.....you can send her $12.34 and get her forecast in your email, almost every morning of the year.  It is well worth it.

I just learned some very valuable information.  Do you know what the term "sucking the monkey"  means.  Read the "Old Salt Blog" to find out about the monkey and ocean aged spirits.

El Toro Teeter Totter 
Supposedly in Texas.  Turn your sound down if you don't like bad language because as they get bashed around the words become more frequent.
  
Maybe not a good idea for the Glenwood Rodeo although it might draw a crowd.

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Click on the link at the bottom of the map and this map will open up on its own page.  Lots of fun to play around with.

If the world sometimes seems ugly, sit back and watch and listen.
The Best of Jean Michel Jarre

A LOOK INTO THE PAST

The community recently lost Darla Mann Henderson. 
When we first moved here in 1970, this little gas station was owned by Bill and Wilma Mann. Wilma was generally the one who pumped our gas.  Daughters Darla and Debbie  were in high school, Donna had recently graduated from nursing school.  Their son Doug had graduated and left Glenwood.  

This is the little old station next to the Glenwood General Store.
I think Oscar Bleiler's Pool Hall and Garage burned in the town fire.  When he rebuilt he must have built this small gas station and forgot about the pool hall.

BASKETBALL NEWS FROM THE FEBRUARY 04, 1960 GOLDENDALE SENTINEL
NOTICE THAT EACH COMMUNITY HAS ITS OWN TEAM AND WISHRAM IS RANKED 5th IN STATE. 
NOW, WISHRAM IS COMBINED WITH LYLE AND GLENWOOD/KLICKITAT ARE COMBINED.

The next week, Glenwood beat Wishram in a hard fought battle

FEBRUARY 25, 1960. 
WISHRAM AND GLENWOOD WILL GO TO VALLEY B DISTRICT IN YAKIMA VALLEY AS NUMBER 1 AND NUMBER 2 TEAMS

I am not sure what happened to Glenwood at District

I MIGHT ADD THAT THE NEWSPAPER IS FULL OF EXCITEMENT FOR THE GOLDENDALE TIMBERWOLVES, AS THEY ARE GOING ON TO STATE IN TACOMA.  THEY ENDED UP PLACING 5th.

GLENWOOD--CAMAS PRAIRIE

Glenwood is a small farming, ranching and logging community located in the Glenwood Valley on the southeast side of Mt Adams.  In early days, the valley was called Camas Prairie, for the wild Camas plant that grows in the lake bottom and  was harvested by Native Americans. Sometimes it creates a field of blue that from a distance appears like water.      "Lake bottom" is what the locals refer to as the part of the valley that floods in the spring with snow melt.  It forms a large lake which eventually drains down the canal into the Mill Pond, then Outlet Creek and over Outlet Falls to the Klickitat River.
In the spring, the "lake bottom" turns purple with blooming Camas.  During the summer, the "lake bottom" becomes a grassy valley used by ranchers for hay and  home to ducks, geese, Sand hill cranes, swans,  elk, frogs, deer and any of us that want to gaze upon its beauty and diversity, although access to the "lake bottom" is limited since more than 6500 acres is owned by the Federal Government.   

Peter Conboy was one of the first to establish a homestead in the valley  and the Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge carries the family name.  But don't bring your boat expecting to find a lake to play in.  

The 1917 Washington Historical Quarterly of place names says:
   CAMAS PRAIRIE,  in Klickitat County north of Fulda and west of Conboy Lake.  On August 12, 1853, the railroad surveyors in command of Captain (later General)  George B. McClellan camped on the prairie and called it Tahk Prairie.  The United States land office map of 1897 shows the name Camas Prairie. 
 A common question we hear is..."Where's Glenwood?"  In fact...the Glenwood General Store sells T shirts that say,  "Where in the hell is Glenwood?"
The easiest answer is, "Go one hour east of Portland,  to Hood River.  Cross the Columbia River into Klickitat County Washington and we are  40 minutes north of White Salmon.  Trout Lake is to our west, Goldendale to the east and The Yakama Indian Reservation to the north. We are between the White Salmon and Klickitat River drainages.
 

If you have any questions about the Glenwood area send a message and I will try to find a knowledgeable person to answer them.
Thanks for visiting this website.
Laurene Eldred

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