11-Apr-2014 -- One year and one week after visiting this confluence for the first time I returned with my wife! As was the case last year we were on our way down to the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area to camp and ski Monarch. It was early afternoon when we pulled off the main road and once again found the dirt road gated off about a mile west (although it's public land, the sign says it's to protect elk breeding territory from March-June).
It was a nice, easy, two-mile walk to the site, which Lauren navigated us to - her first confluence at the helm! Weather was sunny and 55 deg., but quite windy.
The geocache at the site showed that only three others had visited the point since my last visit, the latest being in August of 2013. We took pictures, remained at the site for about ten minutes, and then headed back. Total time away from the car was an hour and fifteen minutes. Beautiful day, beautiful confluence, and beautiful company.