Hmm, more. Ok, put in above Georgetown Hill. Some good 5+ hair to start it off- might be tuff with your boats fully loaded. Stop off in G-town for some supplys if you need 'em. You've got about 7 or so miles of tame water till you hit Lawson. Lots of good ledge drops to finish out the day somewhere around the BK in Dumont. Camp anywhere that looks discrete, just not in the yards with trailers in them.
Day 2: No need to set an alarm clock, I-70 will take care of that. Pack up and continue hitting up fun class IV mank that takes you into the secluded town of Idaho Springs. If your missing human contact, feel free to get out here and have a few cold ones at the Tommyknocker Brewery- just make sure to lock your boat up on the side of the creek. Continue on past Kermit's into the true wilderness area of this stunning canyon. You'll hit up some intermittent class IV rapids that are lots of fun. When you see a nice large flat dirt area, you have arrived at the reknowned "tortilla flats". Nice flat spot here to pitch the tent.
Day 3: You'll have several fun class V rapids coming up today. Be careful not to get hurt here, because those casino buses are unlikely to stop for your soggy ass. About 5 or so miles into it, you'll come across the hairiest rapid yet, just ignore the fact that there is a highway bridge directly after it. From now on, just 5 more miles of easy IV till you hit gaperville. Tell all you encounter about the amazing wilderness journey you just had. Let me know if you need anymore beta.