A Cold Elkhorn

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 4, 2007

1800cfs
35 degrees

I’ve never really gone paddling below 50 degrees before. But on this Sunday, Josh and I ran the Elkhorn at a good level, but on a cold 35 degree day. The run was great, got in some good surfing when I could catch them. The sun was out most of the time and with all the gear on it wasn’t too bad out there.

We also had a mini boat rescue situation as the current tried to take Josh’s kayak downstream and away from us. It was saved and everything worked out though. Another great ride down the Elkhorn was had.

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