Elkhorn in April

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 5, 2005

1300cfs

Well it was just one of those after work runs that Jay and I made. The river was fast, but void of any of it’s real good features. There is just a certain level where the Elkhorn gets weak and this was it. We ran from the put-in to the first take out in about an hour and 10 minutes. We were trying to beat the darkness and we did so by a long shot. The interesting thing that happened this day was that Jay forgot to wear his nose plugs!!! Can you believe it! We also got to see the dead cow. I’m sure that cow will be real ripe next time we go through. We were the last ones onto the river, but we were not the last ones off.

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