Had a nice paddle on the Nasis this morning, Estey's Bridge to the park on the Royal Road. Water level was about 2 inches on the bridge footing, and about 0.6 or a bit better on the gauge at Sandwith's Farm. Enough water to navigate around the rocks, and enjoy the ride. It's only the third or forth time I've had my Charles River out, and I like it better each time.
There are a couple of strainers, both on river right, with about a 6 or 8 foot channel on the left bank. I didn't have my GPS with me, so no waypoints. The first was just below the horse barns on the Royal Road. The second was just below where the stream first comes out to Route 105.
Fun little run. The water was 1 inch over the concrete. The sweepers were a little bit of a pain, but nothing some strong paddling could not handle. If You did not here the traffic it would have been 100% Awsome.