Just Another Day on the Left Branch of the North Fork Little Upper

Two days later we were off to the next river. I’m so bad for remembering names of rivers and so on, so the lovely river shown in these photos will be called the ‘Left Branch of the North Fork Little Upper’ until such time as someone tells me otherwise. It’s as likely to be the correct name as not.

At the put-in you can see that it’s the tail-end of winter…

This fish-slide is definitely runnable, but has nasty consequences. Each step is bigger than the previous one and feeds into bigger and bigger holes. Man-made stuff on the rivers is usually not good. Not worth it really, so everyone walks…

I think you’ll agree that the following is a classic Left Branch of the North Fork Little Upper photo. A lot of it looks like this…

Jesse takes a moment to admire the scenery…

The take-out is pretty cool, check out the Giants Causeway-esque volcanic columns on the far bank. Christie, happy as always…

And that was that…

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