If you haven’t already read the original plan, check it out: WA360: Day 6 – Strong Like an Oak. For those of you following along at home, here’s a little texture to add to what you may have already seen on the tracker.
Best moment of the day:
Running the Narrows against the current was a cool new experience. It’s a lot more technical than going with the current, so that felt like a nice achievement. Visit from Kaz at our secret camp set-up was an excellent boost.
Getting going after the disastrous set-up last night. Our gear was in disarray, the water line just kept receding, and even our organized half was overwhelmed.
We then pushed hard to try to make up time and still catch some ebb in the Narrows… which didn’t quite work.
Finally, coming around Point Defiance during a big flood was super technical and challenging. It took a lot. The amount of energy it required made our decision to camp for the night. By the time we would be ready to get back to paddling, it would be time to set up camp anyway.
|Daily Mileage||30.85 nmi||11 nmi|
|Total Mileage||187.88 nmi||~111 nmi|
|Morning Launch||7:00am||12:50 pm|