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Old 06-09-2013   #1
estes park, Colorado
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Too close to bridge to run Upper Big Thompson

I boated the upper big T from dunraven to lake estes yesterday afternoon, my pfd was dragging on one of the bridges, with this warm weather coming I do believe it is not wise to try and run it until it lowers, unless you're okay walking the lower three bridges... FYI, cheers.
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