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Participants gather at Garvey Park for Monday's evening float.
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Brad Tull, left, talks about his new kayak with Vince Marshall.
Vince Marshall with an Arkansas River Coalitions shirt.
Vince Marshall, of the Arkansas River Coalition, gives some directions and suggestions to participants to Monday's twilight float.
Participants tote kayaks from Garvey Park to the Arkansas River, a distance of more than 150 yards.
Kayakers travel the Arkansas River on Monday's twilight float hosted by the Arkansas River Coalition. Low river levels the past two years have made such floats rare.
Mike Arnold floats a gentle stretch of the Arkansas River.
Kayaks pass beneath a bridge on the Arkansas River on Monday's twilight float.
Arkansas River Coalition member Vince Marshall enjoys a stretch of flowing water on the Arkansas River Monday evening.
An exhausted Mike Arnold walks his kayak through shallow water on the Arkansas River near the end of Monday's float.
Four hours and four miles of paddling, pulling and wading, kayaks and canoes are loaded at the end of Monday's twilight float.
A decal on a kayak promotes the Arkansas River Coalition, a group that works to protect the river.
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