Tromping through the sage. Photo by Rick.
I got to spend a few great days out in eastern Oregon with a longtime friend of Archival. While we didn’t have the most productive hunt, we chose to see it as a scouting trip. After a cold, slow day outside of Hermiston, we went down to the Deschutes and hiked around looking for grouse and chukar. I managed to get a rabbit, and lost a mallard drake to the fast river (bad karma).
A cold morning on Cold Spring Reservoir.
My beloved 1991 Toyota Previa van.
Looking for trouble.
Rick and his beloved Toyota pickup.
Time in camp with Digger. Photo by Rick.
Got into more fruitful duck land a few days later with friend Will. That’s not all my bag, I only got two!
Hopefully I’ll continue the hunting streak back on the East Coast with the William Brown Project.
3 thoughts on “Archival Field Trip – Eastern OR”
Two wood ducks, a green winged teal and something else. Larger duck like a mallard?
the big one was a gadwall. pretty!
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