The Kennewick-Man Expedition, DAY 34

A temperature inside the tent at 8:00 a.m. was 59 Fahrenheit.

It was a clear sky, and an about 30 Mile/Hour strong westerly headwind blew. There were whitecaps on the river, and wave height was probably about 5 feet. The wind and the wave were so exciting for the windsurfers.

For waiting for this strong headwind to die down, I did not move, and stayed Roosevelt Park for second day. “Don’t be in a hurry. Here is the valley of the wind.” Windsurfers who became friends here said to me who felt pressed due to getting stuck again and again.