Photos brought to you by the guy on the left, with the enthusiastic support of the gal on the right. We weren't more than 30 seconds on the road when she announced, "We have to find another canoe trip like this!". Stay tuned...
A look back at Judith landing as we leave.
Final gear is stowed in the truck, and we're ready to go.
I'm a deer in the headlights, caught with Wyatt and Matt with my own camera.
The ranger "station" and river form a backdrop for our last meal. Nycole planned all meals, and did all the advance prep before the trip. She and Kelly shared the cooking each day.
The BLM must lose a lot of steel picnic tables. Notice how this one is wire-roped to the earth.
Our van waits in the shade, as do we.
Not much we can do, not knowing the stowage details, so we start to drift over to the shaded campsite and picnic tables.
Adam and Abigail rehash the trip, perhaps. The yellow bags travel with us in the van that also took us to Coal Banks Landing 4 days ago.
And everything is securely strapped down.
The final canoe is flipped into position.
Finally -- everything is ashore.
Our canoe wrangler and guide Nycole.
Missouri River Outfitters has this down to a science.
Hard to believe this all fit in the canoes.