The 'Slough' was closed for our last trip too, but we were able to float down and then walk the boats up -- though that sucked. It took awhile and it seemed like at least half a mile of wading and pushing.
Just as we got to the Dry Bay airstrip, our planes were arriving, so it was a scramble to de-rig and hump everything up the hill, sort and load planes. I can't remember how many plane loads for sure, but we had 15 peeps and and five or six boats. The total cost per person was less than $1200. Back in 2001 it was about the same with the huge twin prop from Whitehorse, though I didn't charge mileage to haul everyone's gear up, nor the ferry fees from Washington state.
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