"Hard Winds a Blowin' " from 1987, the movie that exposed the Gorge to world at large. It's even got an extended section on that ridiculous contraption, "the wind wing". I had a copy on VHS and pretty much wore it out.
That was my first summer there... I got my degree in the summer of '86 and taught that first year, spending my paychecks on gear. As soon as school was out I headed west (in my trusty VW Scirocco) with new Ampro grey wave masts, a 3.2, 3.9, 4.6 etc etc etc. Lived at the Wind Ranch in Bingen with about 60 other wind junkies and we sailed our asses off. Bob Dill made me a custom board (about 60 liters) which was like riding a skateboard. (actually one of the guys in that video looks a lot like the guy who shaped that board)
Mornings at the Hatchery then afternoons at Doug's or Maryhill. Trips to the coast and SF when the wind died for a week in July. Total boardhead summer. By mid August I could sail 5-6 hours on my 3.9 and then do it again the next day... and the next... I wish I could be in such good shape every season