While Ian is "hungary" for travel, I'm here to keep you buzzards fed with information because we all know that information is power and power means more kayaking. Let's start with this question:
How long does it take a CSU student to screw in a light bulb?
Just one but he gets 3 hours of credit.
How long does it take a CSU student to get to Bailey?
3 hours, but it feels like 1 because it's going to be so awesome.
Wait, am I screwing this report up?
Ok, I talked with Denver Water today and it sounds like flows will remain nice throughout the week. If you've been tracking Bailey on River Brain like you should be (South Platte River, North Fork - Bailey Canyon - River Brain
), then you know that the outflow of the Roberts Tunnel has been holding steadily around 260 cfs for the past several days. Right now, that translates to roughly 360 cfs in the run.
Releases are likely to remain about the same this week, but may increase 50-60 cfs if demand grows with the warm weather. If there's an increase, the earliest would be tomorrow morning, but more likely midweek.
These are fun flows for Bailey and Foxton, so in honor of Ian's absent soul, get out there while the water's cold and the weather's hot.