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Taken last few days along the upper Buffalo River and Boxley Pond:

 

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Crazy photo - double exposure

Crazy photo – double exposure

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These photos were taken 2 years ago during a late May rise on the upper Buffalo River. They were taken with a Canon S95 Point and Shoot camera, from Hedges Pour-off. I think they show the wilderness character and the high gradient of the river above Boxley, Arkansas. It is a beautiful float trip for only the most experienced boaters due to limited access for about 20+ miles of Class II to
ocassionally Class IV whitewater. It should not be attempted alone by anyone.

With the river coming up now, this coming weekend may create a chance for EXPERIENCED ONLY boaters.

 

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Woke up cold this morning; it was 36 degrees. We did get 0.66 inches of rain in overnight in a nice thundershower. There is a freeze warning tonight for Newton County; so, drove up to Kingston for breakfast. Kingston is an older Arkansas town located just about 10 miles north of Boxley on the upper Buffalo River. Kingston is near the banks of the upper Kings River in Arkansas which flows northward to the Missouri border and becomes an arm of Table Rock Lake. I ate breakfast at the Valley Cafe looking through the antique glass windows; really nice !

 

 

 

 

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