9 July 2006
We put in at a privately owned but open to the public boat ramp. The first thing you notice about the ramp is the sign next to it "USE BOAT RAMP AT YOUR OWN RISK". Next thing you notice is that the boat ramp does need some help.
We first headed north-east to try to see the lower side of the dam/waterfall. We stopped and turned around when we could see a small rapids and a factory that was discharging enough water to make strange currents near the rapids.
We paddles south-west all the way to the Hudson River. There is a draw train bridge at the mouth of the creek.
Very pretty creek with few houses. Fairly natural in appearance except for all the Water Chestnut plants. A very pleasant paddle.
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