Just finished what turned into an epic day on Willow. First off we met with the landowner. He's an odd duck, but basically just wants some respect. If you do this run, DO NOT park at the bridge where Willow meets the Elk. That is his property, it is clearly marked, so take out river left under the bridge where the Elk River Road meets Seedhouse Road. Also sometimes there is barbed wire at the Willow Creek bridge. Currently there is not ,so there is clear passage, and there should be no need to trespass on his property. Thirdly, if you encounter him, please be respectful, and I think he will respond accordingly. As for the run, be careful if you go in there right now. There is a fair amount of wood and one log in particular that caused some carnage today. It is in the rapid above the lead in to Whoopee Ridge. It's on river right and you can't see it till you're on it. There were three pins there today resulting in lost and broken equipment, but thankfully nothing worse. I know this run is considered fairly easy by today's standards, but it certainly has the capacity to show some teeth. Be heads up if you go!