Yea, we had a lot of fun. The water level was super high, well over bank full; with very little eddies and a steady stream of wood coming down the river alongisde our boats. It was exciting to say the least. We walked around a couple rapids and took out somewhere between corkscrew and double drop. Honestly I didn't recognize much the run from last Sunday, it had a totally different character -- way way more juicy.
Beware of shifting wood in there. Like I said, there was a ton of wood flushing downstream. Around 4pm, Corkscrew had a very large tree wedged on the big sloper rock in the center of the river just to the right of the standard center flake-slide line (i.e. Corkscrew.. in fact, the flake was completely under water).
We found 2 paddles. One Werner bent shaft with poggies, which should have been returned to the owner yesterday afternoon. And one werner straight shaft with a Gunnison address -- so to whoever owns this paddle, you should be getting a call later today.