This comprehensive guide to paddling the Missouri River is invaluable to paddlers of all skill levels. Kayaker and map-maker David Miller spent three summers paddling the mighty Missouri from the headwaters in Montana to St. Louis and, from the seat of his sea kayak, mapped the entire route with the use of his GPS system. An experienced paddler, Miller offers up vital information for anyone seeking to float even the shortest stretch of the Missouri's storied waters. This guidebook offers excellent information on every stretch of the river, including river hazards, campgrounds, potable water, and attractions, as well as historic sites.(Winona) ramp. I could not find a way into this area because of low water and submerged trees. I estimated that the ramp might be about a quarter mile inland. ... The owners. Ken and Dana Moser, are friendly and flexible; they allowed me to pitch my tent in the windbreak by the restaurant, where I was able to ... Besides running the resort, Bob is a professional fishing guide, so he knew the lake well. ... As I was starting back to the resort, a man drove up in a John Deere four- wheeler.
|Title||:||The Complete Paddler|
|Author||:||David L. Miller|
|Publisher||:||Farcountry Press - 2005|