Sensors show diminution from 100% two weeks ago as abnormally dry conditions emerge in north-central, southwest Wyoming.
A drone-carried camera captures a wedding of the waters, but a divorce of the colors, where Granite Creek meets the Hoback River.
Mastery on the water may get you into the game, but specialized soft skills and tolerance for adversity and uncertainty are what determine survival.
Critics say the Yellowstone and Grand Teton Paddling Act would require opening 400 miles of rivers to paddling regardless of park studies.
Wyoming will hold a public hearing next week on its plan to allow five times more E. coli in 76 percent of the state’s waters.”