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Old 02-27-2008   #11
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keep in mind that Tom has run pine creek and the numbers at 130 cfs, the russel fork at 125 cfs, top yough at 200 cfs, and loves the mank. He is currently responsible for 7 cracks in his jefe, destroying numerous CU kayak club boats, and a 10 inch crack in my old LL Huck. Flow beta from Tom can be questionable at times.

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Old 02-27-2008   #12
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keep in mind when boating with Christian down there that if you run into tribal law that he can can get you out of it.
And first off who put the crack in the clubs burn? The worst damage I ever did to a club boat was when I took the stuby down bear creek and that was just a dent.
As for the huck yes that was a big crack, always bring bitchethane.

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Didn't one of you fools lose a drainplug, too? (Current Consensus is blaming it on Christian, but I really have no idea)
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Old 02-28-2008   #14
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Joe, you totally missed out on Upper Salome.
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Rolf, I'd say that it is possible to run it in two days without a guide. That being said, a two day crew would need to be very experienced, have a shuttle set and would need an ass crack of dawn start x2. It would definitely detract from the experience by trying to push that hard. The three or even four day with an early afternoon start on day one is the way to go.

A guide would definitely cut a lot of time. Some of the gorge scouts would require first scouting the scout.

P.S. Kyle, maybe we could give Salome another shot next week?

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