Baptist Draw was a lot of fun. There are a lot of cool people in our class, and the canyon was in great condition. The weather was a little cool while waiting at the "big" (80-foot) rappel, but it was perfect for most of the time. There was just one puddle in Baptist Draw, but the hike became a mudfest once we got into Upper Chute. There was one wade up to my chest, and most of the rest were thigh-deep or less. The recent water didn't smell too bad, and it had mixed with the fine dirt to make creamy, smooth, chocolatey mud. It was a lot of fun!
Here are some pictures and a video. You can see more in the full gallery.
Kyle hanging out above the first obstacle in Baptist Draw (a little pothole), waiting for the traffic jam to subside
Video of us playing in the mud
Straight, skinny slot right before our exit. (As a side note, this looks strangely like the rock equivalent of a snow formation that I saw while climbing Lone Peak last winter.)