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Old 07-22-2014   #21
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Old 07-23-2014   #22
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Sam Manzer and Daniel Rucker. They are two guys based outa Chattanooga. They have a fb page Tennesee to B.C. I'll post a link of the video on it

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Old 08-26-2014   #23
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Saw this on BT from Daniel Rucker, about 7 minutes in for Poudre Falls:

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For the folks wondering what all the hype is about and don't know the falls, the reason the falls are dangerous is the bottom drop. It's undercut and deep. The third falls has a rock shelf that sticks out on the right side and the left falls away fast. The left side could draw you under the curtain and behind the falls the undercut extends 20+ feet and is filled with log strainer. Pure nasty.
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When the river is non existent during super low water winter times can you see hazard really well? Would be interesting to check that out later this year.
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Old 08-26-2014   #26
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Matt, at low water you can see the deep cleft the water has carved out, and it looks like there's probably a cave on the left too since the water pushes down and river left constantly. You can hear boulders clicking around in the cave too, super creepy.

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