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Old 07-17-2007   #1
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This thread is for Stoke only....

Seems like the norm on here lately has been flame wars, accusations, doom and gloom, etc.

WHERE THE HELL IS ALL THE STOKE?! Get over yourselves and post some stoke already!

Here's a sweet little vid from some guys up in Washington. Check it:

Keep it up! Lets see some stoke from our quickly dwindling season. I know you guys have some...

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Old 07-17-2007   #2
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Put this in your pipe and STOKE it. Poudre Rock Report | Kayak flows for the Poudre River

The videos are stopping for some reason, just pull the ticker through the stop point and they should play.

There will be a full TR and a lot more pictures to follow, stay tuned!

hey diddle diddle...
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Old 07-17-2007   #3
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Oh, it's for Stoke. I thought it said it was for Stroke!
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Old 07-17-2007   #4
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Now that's the shit I like to see while at work!!
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Old 07-17-2007   #5
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Damn Storm... That was Zambezi ish stuff there. A couple of those larger rapids remind me on #7. What river is that? (The HUGE one of course).
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Old 07-17-2007   #6
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The big water is Tumwater Canyon, outside Leavenworth, WA. Two weeks ago we hit NF Payette at about 1800. Two days after that we ran Tumwater light at 5k. It was an inbetween level, which made two of the drops pretty terrifying. The big ones made Jacob's look manky.
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Old 07-17-2007   #7
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Most of us mere mortals like to run Tummy around 2k. It's still considered big water at that level. I believe the level is that video is around 14k and it's definitely been run higher.

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