I launched at 35k one time. Rainie did not exist, but there were new rapids in new locations, horseshoe was nasty the river splits into a side channel then rejoins the main river; there was a huge deep whirlpool where it re-enters. Near Kelsey where the river narrows there were some roiling hydraulics and large deep whirlpool. We had a difficult time knowing our exact location, most landmarks were under water. Mule creek was above the lower canyon but it was still churning and boiling in the upper canyon, quite similar but much bigger. Blossom was enormous Grand Canyon size holes the right side had enormous holes. We ran it similar to the regular route skirting the Crystal size hole in the center where the hook rock is. You had to pull hard to escape the hole behind volkswagon rock. I think total river time was about 5 hours. We stayed at Mule creek and pulled our rafts in at the upper beach where we normally camp. It was very pushy, we had to work really hard against the current, much stronger than the GC.