As of June, 2010, the run has no wood that causes problems. Near the end, there is a bridge that has an island behind it that splits the river. Take the left channel to avoid the logjam stuck on the old weir on the right.
Also, be aware that the land owner and neighbors at the put-in are watching. Ask permission to launch, and thank them for their kindness.
6 years ago
by Kathy Spencer
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