A few more details now that I have a proper keyboard. Otherwise, above 4 mile is pretty much the same, except I didn't see the little foot gauge at Ordell. It had the standard duck branches, squeeze through broken bridge pilings, logs that look deadly if you're on the wrong side of the river, and invisible wires strung across the river just above the water, etc.
There is one notable log river wide roughly midway between the power plant and 4 mile (and I'm fairly certain before Red Lion). We eddy hopped up to it and determined we could squeeze under it, but if the flow comes up a bit that may not be possible. '
4 mile down is a lot different but the boogie was all good. We did the drive-by road scout of the Buttress and I wish I'd given it a more proper scout. We both got shoved pretty hard left towards a slightly undercut rock at the top and I spent most of the rest of it subbing out through holes and digging in big strokes to get myself back on line. But, yanno, it goes. The old Buttress was better and cleaner.
The playpark is the usual set of sticky ledge holes.
It's great right now. Tango was worried it was going to be boring class IV, but changed his mind quickly, especially with the espresso start above Blue Bridge.
When we ran this a lot in 2011 & wood was always moving around, so if you run it, post the latest status.