Welcome to Glenwood, Washington....
located at the foot of
in the scenic
Glenwood Valley/Camas Prairie of Klickitat County.
We have a Post Office, School, Cafe, General Store, Gas Station, Lodging, and Beautiful Scenery.
Note: Mt. Adams is not in Klickitat County.
The drawing of the cowboy looking back toward Mt Adams was done by Angel Murillo in 2015 for the front cover of the Glenwood Tourism pamphlet.
Location of this weather station is latitude 46.016: Longitude 121.275: Elevation 1885'
Elevation of Mt Adams is 12,280'.
MARCH 20, 2020
WindHi: 17 mph--WDir: 219
HumHi: 94----HumLo: 24
PresHi: 30.29---PresLo: 30.18
Monthly total: 0.28"
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THE OLD YAKAMA INDIANS WHO SAW AND POINTED OUT THE SOUTHERN RESERVATION BOUNDARY MARKERS.
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A LOOK INTO THE PAST
THE WEATHER WAS STORMY 209 YEARS AGO.
The ship Tonquin out of New York City sights the mouth of the Columbia River on March 22, 1811.
".....Commanded by Captain Jonathan Thorn (1779-1811), a 32-year-old lieutenant on leave from the U. S. Navy, the Tonqin was 94 feet long with a burden of 269 tons, and was known as a “first-rate ship” (Ronda, 94). She had departed New York harbor in September 1810, and from the beginning, her voyage was marked with dissension between the captain and several of his Pacific Fur Company passengers, who included clerks, workmen, and voyageurs, as well as three senior partners of the enterprise: Duncan McDougall (178?-1818), Alexander McKay (ca. 1770-1811), and David Stuart (1765-1853). After a stop in the Hawaiian Islands to take on fresh water, livestock, and extra crew, the Tonquin endured three weeks of stormy weather crossing the North Pacific.......READ MORE HERE OF THE DANGEROUS COLUMBIA RIVER BAR
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