The Bonneville-Hood Transmission Line was the pinnacle of electrifying America. It was originally built from 1939-1941, at the tail end of the Great Depression. Now, IBEW Local 125, 1245, and 291, and Wilson Construction are completely rebuilding it. The 22.5 section of line starts from the Bonneville Dam Powerhouse, and runs all the way to Hood River. The line runs along the Pacific Crest trail, which is both beautiful, yet rugged terrain. The Bonneville-Hood Transmission is a dream job. Linemen are up in the mountains, surrounded by waterfalls, doing what they love everyday. Thanks to the IBEW and Wilson Construction, another job done will be successfully and safely finished.