A group of us ran usb on sunday at about 220. There is a bunch of new wood to be aware of. Huge river-wide tree below trainspotting, you can eddy out above it on either side, and I believe that there was one more tree down on the river left before you get to gash. The tree is crosses the left channel where most of the water flows. With higher flows it may be easier to sneak around it or get pushed into it. It turned out to be an easy sneak at 220. There was one more new log between LZ and NIMBY. This was on the river right. If you are paddling heads up you can go left. The log starts in the center of the river and slowly tapers right until it hits the bank downstream. Oh yeah, after the boof on NIMBY there is a railroad tie broaching the center channel. Taking the right or left channel will work but don't get pushed to the center. Other than that, everything else was good to go. The second log on the river left could be removed farily easily with a couple chain saw cuts.
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