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Old 07-02-2007   #11
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Ran melt down yesterday. It went smooth. Didn't notice any wood in there either.


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Old 07-06-2007   #12
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Big South is on, Meltdown is clean as far as I can see, just be sure to get your boof on just incase there is anything left from that log. Some people, myself included have had a a bit of trouble with a log in the middle of primetime. You kind of get bumped around and can easily get pushed right and get spanked. You can roll under it if your really stuck and far right so be on it and get left. Go get some.

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Old 07-06-2007   #13
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1st time through Meltdown went totally smooth. The 2nd time I pitoned on the rock in the hole at the top, got pinned against it momentarily. Finally got unpinned. Tried to make it right for the bottom, couldn't get over far enough and dropped the right side of the left line backwards. I made it through but it was less than ideal...

So yeah Meltdown's g2g.

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Anybody know what the level was today off the new gauge?
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Old 07-08-2007   #15
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the poudrerockreport said it was 2.5 marks
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Old 07-08-2007   #16
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Yesterday the flow was 2.5 on the new gauge, which translates to: Low.

The poudre rock report that Scott mentioned below can be viewed here. It includes flows for the main stem and the upper reaches (whenever possible), and sometimes photos for a visual reference: Poudre Rock Report

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