Ok, so the official super moon was Sunday night, but it was still plenty bright on Saturday night so we decided to do a moonlight run on Brown's Canyon. There were 2 of us in duckies and one cat. We put glow sticks on the front and back of each boat and one on each person. We started off just after 9:00. The barely submerged rocks were hard to see until the last second so we got stuck a couple of times at the beginning, but it was surprising how well we could see the major features. Once we got down Zoom Flume we were feeling a lot more confident because we found that we could see everything we needed to. In the 7-steps area, the moon hadn't risen above the cliff walls yet, so it was pretty dark in there. But we could see the shores and what was right in front of us, so we just stayed a little left of center and kept paddling. It was kind of eerie seeing all those glow sticks bobbing in front of me. When the moon re-emerged from behind the cliffs, we were happy. For much of the run, the moon was in front of us and it was beautiful how it reflected off the water. We got to Hecla at midnight. It was an amazing run. Thanks, Brian, for the idea and Bill for joining us on this adventure.