Up here in the headwaters, the rivers are all still over flood stage, but are supposed to start dropping this week. They had dumped a ton of water out of Fontenelle and Flaming Gorge to make space for the runoff, but I think they are now reducing the flows and allowing the reservoirs to fill up. So, I would bet flows have peaked, but will remain strong for a while.
That said, there is still a of water to come down. We went hiking into the Wind River Mountains last week, there is still a ton of snow over 9500 feet, so you can't really get anywhere. They were predicting an active monsoon season for the summer, that would be icing on the cake of a huge water year up here.
Looks like we're down to the last couple of weeks of positive gains of lake level. They've begun reducing the flows from Navajo Lake on the San Juan, and McPhee Reservoir releases into the lower Dolores River are dropping as well. Looks like we have a lot of optimists as Wordlings(myself included). Monsoon season is just around the corner, though.
The best part of the Bullfrog bumps disappearing is that the walk up the ramp to get the trailer is 100 yards shorter.
Murphy's law says that if you are walking up the hill, it is 105 degrees, and down the hill, it is icy. I have one knee just barely hanging on by a thread, and that walk is a drag.
I flew from Grand junction to Denver today, and there is a little snow up top, but we are more done than not.