A group of us were in the narrows last night near sunset. When we passed the rock (about 6:45 pm) it was approaching 1.5, but it wasn't even quite there yet. When we put on the at the campground it felt like it was a little bit higher than 1.5 on the rock. By the time we got to super collider, half of our group was portaging and Lil' Pete and I were having a rodeo contest in the hole. I became quite intimate with the hole and by my estimation it was closer to 2 ft. on the gauge (a little to high for the play boats...I was lucky I didn't swim). By the time we got to lower narrows it was almost dark, but I could tell for certain, by some of my own personal gauge rocks in that rapid, that it was at least 2 ft. And now I'm looking at the graph and lo and behold the super spike... http://www.dwr.state.co.us/Hydrology...&MTYPE=DISCHRG
...and it's still rising. Has anyone seen the Poudre come up this fast before? Are they releasing water or what? i know it was hot the last couple of days, but the graph goes almost vertical! Get on it Poudre town!