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Old 03-27-2006   #1
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Ten Mile Creek

I've run Ten Mile Creek a bunch of times and have always wondered what it would cost to redo the bridge at Officer's Gulch so that you wouldn't have to portage it. I think this run is a gem for Summit County, but the portage always annoys and scares me at higher water. Anyone know if this has ever been considered? It could use a pull off at the top of the run also, but now I'm just being a jackass.
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