Phil, Ruth, Shelba and I took a kayak trip down the Sherman's Creek in Perry County Pennsylvania today. We did Sherman's Creek from Dellville to Duncannon. The water was about 5.8 feet on the Shermansdale gauge. It was about 24 feet on the Harrisburg gauge for the Susquehanna River. We enjoyed a real nice trip although it was a bit fast due to the high water. We could not surf the waves very well due to the fast moving water either. We did get to paddle through a pipe from a small tributary. As we neared Hawk Rock we ran into backup due to the Susquehanna River being so high. Our favorite gorge with the high waves was all under deep water and flat. We paddled on the road which was under water for a while and then under the bridge (low bridge) in Duncannon. The arch railroad bridge was barely above the water surface.
We had a beautiful trip down Sherman's Creek.
That little old webmaker in the sprucecave Jim Crownover