We traveled in pea-soup fog all day and had planned to make it to Bobby's Fish Camp at mile 118.9 (a small dock on the river bank just above Coffeeville Lock & Dam) but unfortunately there was a 47 foot Nordhaven with a Sea-Ray rafted off to it, tied up to the dock already. Severe weather was predicted so we thought it not wise to add tubby Broulee to the rafting party. We backtracked to mile 123.2 at Okatuppa Creek and anchored. We orginally planned to stop at Bobby's so we could get Izzy off the boat to release some "puppy energy". Okatuppa Creek borders the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge and it is possible to land a dinghy on the northern side of the creek. So Rick and Deb got the dinghy down and Izzy had her first dinghy ride (about 30 feet to the shore). Rick and Izzy headed out in the rain for the shore (while Deb was on board Broulee having a heart attack watching Izzy hanging over the side of the dinghy trying to touch the water). The embankment turned out to be a sticky-glue like mud, but, they managed to get onto land and run their little buts off. Made for a nice restfull evening for Izzy(which means us) and the severe weather that was predicted stayed north of us.