Well, I already sent them. I bought a hand-held GPS so that the family could do some geocaching. I've found it very handy out on the water. Makes it almost impossible to miss a takeout, but it's also useful for gauging how fast or slow I can go.
As far as spring, it's a dam controlled bit of water and it gets very high in spring as they draw down the dam. Perhaps after that it would be good.
I have been both under and across the famous bridge, and I did see it on those occasions. There's one point on the river where you can see two bridges highlighted. The one that looks closer is actually the enormous one that is a fair bit further off. It's a neat optical illusion.
- Big D
Heel and Pegpads™
Classic Freestanding Rack
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
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