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Old 07-05-2013   #1
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Somebody Owes Beer!

On the way through the Glenwood canyon at 4 today we saw tenish commercial baits pulled over. Then we saw why, there was a 14 footer pinned on one of the house rocks river left after the wall rapid. Looked like that raft may be there for awhile, it looked to be totally submerged. A couple of guides were "discussing" what to do when we rolled through.
How much beer do you owe when you have to leave a boat?
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