These shots of the Monocay were taken during a paddle between Devilbiss river access point and the route 355 river access point. The trip took place on March 11, 2012. The day was radiant, and promised a very unusual mid 60's day with out a single cloud in the sky.
The monocacy flows at a good clip, with a few ocasional ripples class I, perhaps on a higher level up to II. None of them were hard at all. The monocacy has a few slack pools here and there, where you have to do most of the paddle. For reference we took about 5 1/2 miles to cover 18 miles.