The first debris pile is at about 20.5 miles and this all happened Sunday night apparently. If they went long or normal 10 to 15 per day they might be below the jam. Or they may have a front row seat for it.WisegirlII said:I'm not entirely familiar with how many miles you cover each day or how far from the regular put in the jam is, but have friends that launched on Saturday (mostly rafts and three kayakers), is it safe to assume that they're stranded above the log jam?
COUNT said:We camped at Marble Creek (a few miles past Pistol) on night two. So it's probably 50/50 that they got past Pistol by Monday if they launched on Saturday. Pistol (just below Lake Creek where the blowout was) is right around mile 27. It seems to me that most people usually camp somewhere between miles 5 and 15 on night one and somewhere between 23 and 35 on night two. So it's anybody's guess whether they made it or not. I guess it would be cool to be caught on the river below the jam and snag an extra hotsprings night . Do you know where they were planning on camping?