The drift boat would bob to the surface in the current every now and then.
Brad, left, and Joe Caton tow the submerged boat to a gravel bar.
Elenbaas, at the oars again, sets off with Jim Houseman to finish the float on Sunday.
From left, Jim and Ruth Houseman and Sheila and Herm Elenbaas stand next to Herm's recovered drift boat following their sinking on Sunday.
The drift boat is barely visible as Brad and Joe Caton tow it to a gravel bar.
The logo painted on the back of Herm Elenbaas’ drift boat says: “Fear no rock,” a reference to the durability of the boat’s fiberglass construction. But after a mishap on the Bighorn River on Sunday, Elenbaas might want to think about painting over the phrase.
KURL, a Christian radio station in Billings, has been ministering to listeners for more than half a century.
Herm Elenbaas, owner of KURL radio in Billings, discusses the Christian station that has broadcast since July 1982.
Laura Elenbaas of Billings and Josiah Kersten of Great Falls plan a July 21 wedding. Their parents are Herm and Sheila Elenbaas of Billings and Kenneth and Debbie Kersten of Helena.
Herm Elenbaas of Billings, owner of KURL/KMZK Radio, has been given the Grant Burger Media award in the broadcast category from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.