2nd Wind Sports

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2nd Wind Sports
2nd Wind Sports is listed in the Sporting Goods Sales & Rental category in Hood River, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for 2nd Wind Sports which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of 2nd Wind Sports on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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210 Oak St
Hood River, OR 97031
(541) 386-4464

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2nd Wind Sports has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that 2nd Wind Sports has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Hood River, Oregon is 41 and in the Sporting Goods Sales & Rental category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Soooooooo good!! Earliest start for us ever. Powder on top and good snow all the way back to the parking lot.... fb.me/BqssOQth


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Wicked conditions
Day 2 of the Cape Hatteras Wave Classic presented by Patagonia was held at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. The swell was massive, to say the least. By the end of…


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2nd Wind Sports shared Craig Cunningham's event.
The first global premiere of The Bubble Film will be right here in the park riding mecca of Hood River, Oregon! Showing times will be 6:00pm and 7:45pm at Andrew Skylight Theatre - 107 Oak Street. We will also be raffling off kites, boards, bars and all kinds of North and Ion kit... all proceeds going to under priviledeged chirldren who want to get into action sports. FREE entrance although a suggested donation of $5 or more which will also be going to charity and will be collected at the door. See you there! And if you cant make it make sure to sign up for a free copy of the film at www.thebubblefilm.co.
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We're very grateful for all of the local business support we have had this week. Walk in customers taking... fb.me/1FnFfKvpB

We're very grateful for all of the local business support we have had this week. Walk in customers taking advantage of Fall Fire Sales at 2nd Wind have been keeping us afloat and staff on the payroll. Thank you!!


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2nd Wind Sports shared Mt. Adams Area Emergency Info page's post.
EAGLE CREEK FIRE FRIDAY-Saturday POST 9/16 @4:00 PM MAP: New map showing the progression of the fire growth. https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/photos/ORCGF/2017-09-03-1149-Eagle-Creek/related_files/2017_09_16-17.26.22.214-CDT.pdf ************** 9/16/17 bit.ly/2f2RYEm Eagle Creek Fire: Transcript and link to Eagle Creek Video Ops Briefing ************** Link to watch the Eagle Creek Fire Briefing meeting from Hood River, 9/16/17 https://youtu.be/3Ef03iHti8I *************** 9/16 New updates added here: https://www.facebook.com/MtAdamsAreaEmergencyInfo/posts/1910246929301056 All WB lanes of I-84 open again, Hood River to Troutdale, after BPA tree removal. EB lanes still closed with no schedule for reopening. ================ 9/16/17@12:30 PM Eagle Creek Fire Size: 45,579 acres Eagle Creek Fire Containment: 32% Resources Assigned: 27 crews (5-Type 1, 14-Type 2, 8-Type 2 Initial Attack); 61 Engines; 12 Helicopters; 9 Dozers; 18 Water Tenders; 1,060 Personnel. ============== ================ #EagleCreekFire #OR #ORCGF bit.ly/2f04Kn2 Eagle Creek Fire: Eagle Creek Fire - Evening Update 9/15/17 Fire Size: 45,579 acres Fire Containment: 31% Full Morning Report here: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/article/5584/41202/ ============== 9/15/17 public information map now available at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/map/5584/0/ ============== Questions from the fire operations base can be answered at 541-392-1632. This line is staffed 8am to 8pm. Evacuation information can be reached at 541-387-6911 from 8am - 5pm and a recorded line is available 24 hours a day at 541-399-8022 for English and 541-399-8023 for Spanish. UPDATE: Eagle Creek Fire - 09/15/17 ================ The Red Cross has a shelter set up at the River of Life Church on Tucker Rd. ================ Morning Update 9/15/17 Size: 41,550 acres Containment: 28% Personnel: 967 bit.ly/2vYg625 ================== 9/15/17 @2:00 AM: I-84 Westbound only open Hood River to Troutdale. #EagleCeekFire still burning no stopping on freeway to look at scenery. I-84 WB ramps in and out of Cascade Locks now open, other ramps closed Hood River-Troutdale. EB lanes still closed, no schedule to reopen. ================= 9/14 evening update Full Summary: Interstate 84 opened to westbound traffic last night. Crews have worked hard for more than a week to reinforce fire line, remove hazard trees, and address other public safety concerns. Fire line has been completed along I-84 from Bridal Veil to Cascade Locks. Drivers are reminded to obey posted speed limits, be aware of changing visibility and watch out for other hazards. All exits between Hood River and Troutdale will remain closed. Drivers are not to stop along the highway. Yesterday, aircraft dropped nearly 100,000 gallons of water on the fire. Today, resources will be focused on the northeast corner of the fire to help protect the communities, infrastructure, and other values at risk there as burnout operations continue from Cascade Locks east to Mitchell Point. If conditions permit, helicopters may be used to assist with burnout operations west of Wyeth to bring fire down to the powerline corridor in a controlled manner. Crews will also be reinforcing line from Mitchell Point south to Wahtum Lake. On the west side, fire is most active in the Bell Creek area. Crews will be constructing direct hand line and bucket drops may be used to cool hotspots in that area. Indirect dozer line will be connected to the powerline corridor near Larch Mountain to form a continuous line to the south. Oregon State Fire Marshal crews will continue to patrol residences near the eastern edge of the fire. Two additional task forces have arrived to support the structural assessment and preparation work being performed in Hood River. Command of the Archer Mountain Fire transferred to the Eagle Creek Unified Command at 0600 this morning. The Archer Mountain Fire is 100 percent contained. Crews will continue to mop-up and patrol. Weather is expected to remain cooler with light winds. Friday evening and Saturday may bring lower relative humidity and a shift to light northeast winds. Significant precipitation is still forecast for early next week. Resources Assigned: 26 crews (5-Type 1, 14-Type 2, 7-Type 2 Initial Attack); 54 Engines; 12 Helicopters; 9 Dozers; 16 Water Tenders; 967 Personnel ==================== PREVIOUS UPDATE 9/14/17 @ 8:00 pm Evening Update: Size: Approximately 41,550 acres Percent Contained: 28 Due to yesterday and last night’s active fire behavior, Hood River County Sheriff’s Office expanded Evacuation Levels for portions of Hood River County at 2pm today. The full evacuation notice along with maps of the evacuation zones can be found at: http://www.hoodriversheriff.com/news/breaking-news/ Zones A5 and A6 have been placed on Level 2 (“Get Set”) Evacuation Notices Zones A7, B4, B5, B6, and B7 have been placed on Level 1 (“Get Ready”) Evacuation Notices The Cascade Locks area remains at a Level 2 notice and the A4a zone remains at Level 3 (“Go!”) Today brought a decrease in fire behavior, allowing incident managers to implement burn out operations in the area between Herman Creek and Shellrock Mountain. Aerial ignitions have been successful, slowly bringing a controlled line of fire down slope towards the powerline corridor where dozer line has been placed to help stop the fire’s spread. If conditions allow, aerial ignitions will continue tomorrow between Herman Creek and Grays Creek, just west of Shellrock Mountain. Aerial ignitions allow us to burn fuels where it is unsafe to put firefighters on the ground as well as help control the fire by reducing the amount of fuels available for the main fire to consume. Controlled burns are implemented to minimize fire intensity and to maintain vegetation integrity. Air resources also focused bucket work on a spot fire on the eastern edge of the fire near Mt. Defiance. Retardant was used for point protection of a repeater (radio tower) located on top of the mountain. Hose lay was placed on the hand line near Mitchell Point. Along the western edge of the fire, crews continued to mop up and secure line between Bridal Veil and Cascade Locks. Minimal fire behavior was observed on the southern edge of the fire. Oregon State Fire Marshal crews continued to patrol residences near the eastern edge of the fire. Additional resources will be arriving tomorrow to support the structural crews already assigned to the incident. Contact Information: Fire Information 541-392-1632 (8 a.m.-8 p.m.) or eaglecreekfire2017@gmail.com Location: Hood River and Multnomah Counties, Oregon; originated 1 mile south of Cascade Locks, Oregon Start Date: September 2, 2017, 4:02 p.m. Size: Approximately 41,550 acres Cause: Under Investigation Additional fire, closure and evacuation information can be found at the following sites: Inciweb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5584/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EagleCreekandIndianCreekFires2017/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/eaglecreekfire Oregon Smoke Information: https://oregonsmoke.blogspot.com/ Multnomah County Sheriff Flash Alert: https://www.flashalert.net/id/MCSO Hood River County Sheriff: http://www.hoodriversheriff.com/news/breaking-news/ Road Closures: https://tripcheck.com Firewise Information: http://www.firewise.org/ ******************* PREVIOUS UPDATES on this group FROM 9/14/17 https://www.facebook.com/groups/ColumbiaGorge.WildlandFireInfo/permalink/1957412867847948/ ************************* Photo of Eagle Creek Fire at twilight on 9/14 from Home valley area by Leah Smith Photography.

2nd Wind Sports shared Craig Cunningham's event.
The first global premiere of The Bubble Film will be right here in the park riding mecca of Hood River, Oregon! Showing times will be 6:00pm and 7:45pm at Andrew Skylight Theatre - 107 Oak Street. We will also be raffling off kites, boards, bars and all kinds of North and Ion kit... all proceeds going to under priviledeged chirldren who want to get into action sports. FREE entrance although a suggested donation of $5 or more which will also be going to charity and will be collected at the door. See you there! And if you cant make it make sure to sign up for a free copy of the film at www.thebubblefilm.co.
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