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Old 02-19-2008   #31
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Boulder County emaps

Boulder County's emaps is useful for figuring out who owns all of the property but I couldn't find out who actually owns the road (Kneale Road, by the way). I would guess someone with a little time could call the county and find out. I wouldn't make the effort overly public lest Denver Water cut off access at the reservoir itself. according to Emaps nothing in the area is zoned for cannibalism nor sex slaves so that guy is clearly in violation of zoning laws.

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Friends of mine had a little trouble with a not-so-nice guy on the walk out (last year?...can't remember...too many concussions). The Walker Ranch walk out might be a good idea for now. I think that guy is in a cannibalistic cult that keeps sex slaves in the woods around there.

It is not like people are walking through that guy's yard or trying to free his sex slaves. This is a gravel road that is used by multiple land/home owners and the water department or whoever maintains the dam. That road gets plenty of traffic.

If it gets too bad then maybe we could figure out who really owns the road and work out permission to discretely portage on it?

Does anyone know how to figure out who owns a road?

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Old 02-19-2008   #32
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well we are going to try this new take-out tomorrow am before class so if anyone wants to join us for some dawn patrol give me a call.

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Old 02-19-2008   #33
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Old 02-20-2008   #34
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Given the cheap-bastard nature of so many boaters, the other reason to hike out to the Walker ranch trailhead is to save 6 bucks

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Old 02-20-2008   #35
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got on it this morning at sunrise and it was cold and fun, not quite high enough to float over the entrance to the bridge drop kind of had to charge up and over the rock then slide down. The hike out at walker isn't bad but it was frozen when we did it, if it was warmer it would have been all mud.
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Old 02-20-2008   #36
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Nice work guys. way to get it done. is that keck's old rocker, with a new coat of bitch?

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Looks to me like Tom in Christine's Punk Rocker. Not mine - but with your assistance, hopefully I'll have some good pics from AZ this weekend of a pink Rocker in action. Thanks again.
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Old 02-20-2008   #38
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Ekkkkkkk! Tom!
Thats a good look for ya.
You need pig tails and more PINK!!!!

I hear it didn't really fit you that well; it sure is a bummer. Have the club buy you guys a new one.
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Old 02-21-2008   #39
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yeah the size up is a way better fit but I didn't have any other boat to paddle (maybe a lil joe). I just need stubby legs like christian then I would be good to go. at least I had the light boat for the walker ranch hike out
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Old 02-21-2008   #40
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Anyone going out this weekend? PLEASE???

I've been keeping up with y'alls adventures on SBC these past few days and was wondering if anyone was down to go this Saturday? I am an East Coast-er going to school down in the Springs and am used to FAR more water in the winter time and have been in desperate need of some huckin'. I have never been on this particular stretch of Boulder creek.

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