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The water was just below flood stage, and much of the tree covered shore was overridden with slack water. The current ran fast and smooth, and we experienced very little barge traffic — and even fewer recreational craft. For all intents and purposes, the Upper Mississippi was ours to enjoy.

Around noon we worked our way out of the main channel, paddling into Ambrough Slough to be one with nature. Immediately we saw a pair of juvenile eagles curious to check out our multicolored boats and gear. After performing an aerial acrobatics show for us, they flew away, allowing the herons and gulls to take over with their antics.

While the slough channel was sufficiently defined for paddling, the flooding caused the surrounding area to look like a Louisiana bayou. It just had maples, ashes and willows instead of cypress and sawgrass. Once it became time for a break we went searching for a marked boat ramp.

Where a road and boat ramp were supposed to be, there was only a flooded park kiosk, with water covering up the brochures ensconced in plastic trays. On either side of the submerged boat ramp were houses and cottages on stilts. The water was half way up the walls of open car ports and garages, and there was little sign of life inside the buildings.

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For now, these dwellings were only accessible by boat. So we pushed on to the next boat ramp, hoping for higher ground. No such luck. No boat ramp; no visible roads; more partially submerged cottages. Refreshed and recharged, we paddled back into the slough, looking for a shortcut to the main channel. Much of the beauty of this part of the Mississippi is due to the hundreds of small tree-covered islands that dot the river, from the Iowa to Wisconsin shores.

These islands remind me of the mangrove keys of south Florida, where you can paddle through mangrove channels only to find yourself at a dead end with no access to the sea. Because of the flooding, however, it was possible to paddle over some of these islands, making a beeline straight to the main channel.