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ricwoz posted a topic in Multihull AnarchyFinally got some vacation and took a day trip to Timberline Lodge to see Mt. Hood, then down the back way to Hood River. The wind was up and the kites were out! I haven't been there for a while, and it's gotten really huge. They have a bunch of ramps and a few people were doing spins off them, which was exciting. I didn't see one traditional sailboard out there. It seems like (at least at Hood River) the conversion is complete and everyone is doing the kites. Only one dinghy Enjoyed the drive back downriver to home, where there were the usual small number of sailboats out on the Columbia around the Interstate and Glenn Jackson bridges. I don't think I've yet seen any beach cats out there though. I know that there are some dinghy sailors going out on Vancouver Lake and on the Willamette, but the paddle boats seem to predominate for small craft. Does anyone day sail beachcats or other small multi-hulls in the Columbia? I know the currents are an issue, sometimes hitting 5 knots. Still, it eems a shame to leave all the wind to the kites. Is there a club or beach where people keep their boats, in the way that we used the beach in Santa Cruz for summer beachcat storage?