After a shower ashore so hot and steamy it made me light-headed and worry about passing out, and after Al finished his staff call, and after we pumped out on the way out of the marina, we were underway and soon rounded Sakajawea State Park and entered the Snake River.
On the way upriver, we had spotted what looked like a floating dock in a little cove in an area called Levey. It is important to be on the east side of a curve of the river, since 20 mph westerly winds are expected overnight. The dock here is covered in goose poop and is not very stable. There is also a sign at the top that says 'No Mooring Allowed 10PM to 8AM. But we are going to be rule-breakers tonight. It is Park that is presently in caretaker mode for the winter..
Al is up exploring the land, to see if he can find a spot where his cell phone works. He has a work call at 1 PM tomorrow. We had planned to borrow a phone on Brigadoon, but we left them behind in Toilet Bay. Oh, he has returned, and had success! Maybe tomorrow morning I will walk with him to the top of the hill and post this!