Ran the Na'Sis Stream with the Sandwith Farm Gage Showing just over 0.7m and water ankle deep on the Estey's Bridge Footing.
A pile of trees across the Stream, and a few new channels have been cut. At those levels you better have your back paddle working, your cross-bow draws drawing, your angling to get on the inside of turns working, and a good jacket jacket on.
On the water by 7pm and off by dark but did not play as much as we wanted. We jump out at the Ring Road near the solar panel and fish ladder culvert.
- Mikey G. in a Dagger Ovation. That thing is looking beat up Mike! - Paul M. and Bethie J. in a OT Appalachian. - Sammy and Ann H. in a OT Cascade.
TUESDAY, AUG 30
Ran the Na'Sis again because it was just that good.
I was surprised as there was still good water. Sandwith Farm Gage showing 0.6 m to 0.57 m and the water was 3 inches from top of Estey's Bridge Footing.
Stream offered many more chances to "eddy in" with more of the boulders showing now.
On the water by 6:10pm and off by 7:40.
Played ourselves silly.
Check out the trip map and stats on speed and time on Trimble's "All Sport GPS". It is only a $10 app for the Blackberry and is a pile of fun.