Originally Posted by twistedtree
All our strikes were logs and branches, I expect, not groundings. All the time I saw plenty of depth for our 4' draft, but things still went bump and clunk way too often for my liking. Maybe its a personal problem, but I have a thing about boats floating and running gear free of debris.
So do I but without a lot of traffic I didn't seen to have a problem avoiding logs and branches even though twice or so I had to zig zag around fallen trees.
By normal snowbird travel season and the attentiveness of the canal personnel...I think they will have it cleaned out...I'll know again within 10 days.