As nice as #2 is, I won't stay there anymore due to the probability of slipping and getting hurt on that minefield of moss covered rocks. I don't care for the long row out the next day either. Other than that, it's wonderful!
One and two are a pain for landing and setting up camp when there are lower flows. 2000cfs is going to be a welcome upgrade from the 700cfs we had when we made the first run of the year through Lodore in April. We have a Sept 3rd launch!!!!!
Be safe out there....
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