Awesome hike at Ramona Falls in the Mount Hood Wilderness today! Cool temps, cool people, and lots of sun! It was about a 6 miles round trip to the falls and back with about a 1000 feet of elevation gain. The trail was full of other hikers, 3 horses, and lots of very happy dogs! Mary Vogel provided lots of interesting botany lessons, and there were plenty of conversations about Oregon’s energy future, stopping the Palomar Pipeline from clearcutting a 120 foot wide, 47 mile long clearcut across the Mt. Hood National Forest (see our previous blog post), and more! Join Brian and rose Vickery on our next outing along the Clackamas River on August 16th!