I have a question about how to plan daily distances on a river I've never been on before. I know individual distances vary significantly, but I'd still like to get some ideas on what to consider when planning. The river is the Oconee River in south Georgia. Can you use something like the discharge cfs to help determine something like this? I'm trying to be conservative, as I'll have our toddler on her first canoe trip and I'm sure I'll be doing most of the work (in and out of the canoe) while my wife looks after the little one. Any advice is appreciated.