Monday, October 13, 2014
Day Seven - Green River
The skies were clear around 2:30 a.m. but a steady, relatively hard rain started about 3:30 a.m. with thunder in the distance which continued for over three hours with occasional gusting winds.
This view looks southeast with river mile 41 at the left edge of the picture and river mile 38.5 at the right edge.
National Park Service, Fort the Bottom Ruin was constructed roughly 1,000 years ago and "remains one of the more dramatic reminders of ancestral Puebloan culture along the Green River."
We saw one tandem canoe and three small rafts (the smallest a 9' oar rig) today. The canoe stopped by for a hike before continuing on to Tent Bottom.