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Old 07-18-2005   #41
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Good thread Gary!


ID (still tons to check out but so far):
-EFSF Salmon River
-NFPayette... the "easy" parts only! ... and WARM water!

-Middle Sauk, WA (not hard but gorgeous and 20 minutes from friends homestead)
-Upper Gauley, WV
-Futaleufu - without a doubt my top pick ever

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Old 07-18-2005   #42
Denver, Colorado
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1) Deckers
2) C470 to Union
3) Grizzly Creek

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Old 07-18-2005   #43
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Now that i am old and have slowed down(or just started boating like a wimp)

1. Granite thru #5
2. Upper mish thru Bridges if it's above 4'
3. Pump House to rancho becuse the kids will boat that with me

Out of state
1 The Grand
2 Cat becuse it's my wife's fav boating is my second favorite thing that dosen't make me shallow now does it?
3. the Bio Bio before the dam
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Old 07-18-2005   #44
Boulder, Colorado
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all right J, (you ARE Dr J that I paddled with last week right?) SOMEONE starts posting stuff I've done!

My top rivers (as a class 3 kayaker):

1: Foxton
2: Lower CC (just above tunnel 1 to the play park)
3: lower Blue

Out-of-state (as a class 5 rafter )

1: Tutshi river, extreme north BC almost in the Yukon- the best class 5 river in the world! (well, I wanna do the futaleufu, I think that may be even better... so, the best river in north america )
2: Thompson River, southern BC (big water class 4 with one 15 ft high glassy river wide surfing wave that is the best I've ever seen... maybe this is what big sur is like?)
3: upper yough MD, chattooga, GA tie for 3rd

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Old 07-20-2005   #45
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Little late but f$&% it...

1. BIG SOUTH (the best)
2. Bailey (duh, going when you need her)
3. Full Poudre Narrows (after work FC special)

Out of CO
1. Clarks Fork BOX, WY (the deepest, and I mean spiritual place)
2. Christopher Creek, AZ (hmmm... waterfalls)
3. Arahura, NZ (the Jade river)

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