My campmate says Good Morning!
Missouri City power plant / near here is the only wing dike I saw which was in the middle of the river creating channels on both sides
Someone is allowed to pour nasty looking stuff into the river
The Yukon is so stable you can drag a leg across the top to wash the mud off your feetsies (Note To Self: trim toenails before departure
I'm fond of this boat - excellent all arounder although for a trip like this a faster boat would be nice
Asian Carpers doing whatever it is they do which involves (I think) electricity and presumably beer. You can hear them shout 'Field Goal!' and 'Score!' - they brightened up my day :)
No, Timmy, I DON'T want to hear another excuse about why you're late from school!
Channel markers are your friends - the short version is stay to the outside of the bends... the fastest time between two points on this river is NOT the straightest line
Another one bites the dust
As much as I like this camera I am beginning to hate the clicking noise / barges moving upstream cause much more turbulence than those moving downstream - who knew?
There were scads of bald eagles - unfortunately, they were particularly camera shy and this is about the best I could do
Home for tonight / this photo is taken while beached on the sand - have I mentioned how shallow much of this river is? There's a LOT less water than it looks like
Just past Waverly near the 293 mile marker - a Very Good Day! winding down
Last night the GPS showed ~ 20 miles... managed to build a nice buffer today