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Old 05-18-2007   #11
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I'd be up for a run later tomorrow afternoon if anyone wants to go. Been wanting to check it out for a couple years now. Give me a call.


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Old 05-19-2007   #12
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jayson, any idea what the gauge was reading when you guys ran in (is there a gauge)? Im down to do a run this weekend or after work next week, anyone... give me a shout if your going 3038188968

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Old 05-19-2007   #13
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If anyone gets on it today let us know. Brian Might get on it for some laps.
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Old 05-19-2007   #14
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It looked 2" lower than Wed night. There is a small visual gauge at the take out and it was on the low side. However I cleaned out some more log piles so the lower 1/4 is pretty nice. Lets hope for rain. Jason

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Anyone up there today or planning to run this weekend?
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Old 05-19-2007   #15
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I haven't been on it since '97, and psyched to do so again
I can be up there by 1:30 this afternoon
give a call if'n yer interested- I'll have green suby w/ red rockit
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Old 05-19-2007   #16
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Ran it today (Saturday). Low side of good.
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Old 05-19-2007   #17
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low side of low

Low side of good my ass. When your drag'n in the tunnel above the crux, you know it's low. I think it's done unless you catch a big rain storm or are into shaving weight off your boat with rocks.

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