Got sick of watching the gauge. It is my spring break and all, I just couldn't resist any more. So we ran it this afternoon. Don't waste your time. major boat molestation. I knew that going in but what are you going to do. Sometimes ya just gotta go. So here is the wood report. Every thing is navigable, but not safe. There are so really poorly placed logs in there. The biggest hazard in my opinion, is in the last major rapid. Not sure what it is called. There is a little five foot boof in the entrance, then you go left along a cliff wall. As you trun the corner there is a jumbble of rocks and you boof the middle. Hope that rings a bell. Anyway just above the boof in the center there is a river wide log. That is tough to get over the top of. It definantly isn't safe. We pulled out some wood as we were paddling down. Unfortuantly we didn't have time to pull out this log. That is the major hazard just wanted to let everyone know. I will try and get back there to pull it out. But I leave town on friday and I'm not sure I will have the time to get back there. There is one other spot in the river that needs a chainsaw. It is in a much tamer section of water. I hope that helps anybody who is thinking about going around 100cfs or 120. Those hazards might still be in there.
"Ain't a single rock in this river that can stop us!" Slug