The Snake breaks up

Ice floes that covered the eddies of the Snake River upstream of Asotin, Washington all winter are finally breaking up and floating downstream, making it possible to take a boat close to shore where winter fishing is potentially fruitful.

My husband took this photo at the Clarkston boat ramp this afternoon, between a meeting at the local Department of Social and Human Services, and a hearing at the county courthouse. He has a knack for making the highest and best use of his time.

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Filed under Action & Being, Fishing, Nature, Photos, Places, Seasons, Weather

2 responses to “The Snake breaks up

  1. A good use of time! But makes me cold just thinking of being out there!

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