Kevin Vendeland, left, and Corey Nunn, with Marine Floats in Tacoma, strain to overcome a strong current in the Columbia River as they pull a section of a new floating dock into place against pilings Tuesday at the Two Rivers Park boat launch in Finley. The Benton County Parks Department launch is closed through May 18.
Kevin Vendeland, left, and Corey Nunn, with Marine Floats in Tacoma, strain to overcome a strong current in the Columbia River as they pull a section of a new floating dock into place against pilings Tuesday at the Two Rivers Park boat launch in Finley. The Benton County Parks Department launch is closed through May 18. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Kevin Vendeland, left, and Corey Nunn, with Marine Floats in Tacoma, strain to overcome a strong current in the Columbia River as they pull a section of a new floating dock into place against pilings Tuesday at the Two Rivers Park boat launch in Finley. The Benton County Parks Department launch is closed through May 18. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Mother Nature isn't done with the Columbia River yet

May 15, 2018 05:54 PM