The high water also meant that our biggest group challenge every day was catching our eddy outs to make camp. Some of the oar boats blew past more than one site, the water was just moving so quickly, but each new camp was still beautiful and dramatic in the deep canyon. Our last day, the shredder went ahead to investigate the next camp since we absolutely had to hit it – we almost flew past it, but at the last moment I caught the brown triangle camp sign, usually 5 feet out of the water and 10 feet up a beach, which was submerged to where only the brown triangle was visible. We hopped out to get the shredder on shore, immediately dropping into 5 feet of water, but got our feet under us and helped all the boats make land. Plenty of time for a little hike, some dinner, and some particularly nice port wine. The stars were incredible the whole trip. The last night we had a glowstick & fancy dress party.