Here's a question for you North End old timers. For a long time, ever since I saw a photo on Google Earth, I've wanted to see "Battleship Rock" in White Canyon, from the water. With the water levels being what they have been for some time now, there hasn't been much chance of that. With this years runoff, I wondered what my chances were of making it in there. I looked at the photo in G. Earth this morning and, according to the caption, the picture was "posted" March 12, 2010. I then looked up the water level for that date and saw that it was 3620 or so. I also know that the mouths of White and Farleys' have silted in somewhat over the years, making them landlocked during low levels. Our boat draws about three feet of water to the bottom of the outdrive skeg, but I start getting nervous at around 5 feet of water. What do you think of my chances this fall, say, the last week of September or the first week of October?