The Fast Train to Steelhead

This looks like a heck of a lot of fun. For $50 you can hop on board two 1950s-era Pullman cars that move up and down an 8-mile stretch of Oregon’s Wallowa River, disembarking and reboarding all day long if you like, and fish for wild steelhead. “Every Saturday, in February and March, the truncated train will make back-and-forth runs along the 8-mile stretch of the wild and scenic Wallowa River in northeast Oregon, starting and ending at the eight-room Minam Motel.” Henry Miller in the Salem, Oregon Statesman-Journal.

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