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Old 08-06-2009   #11
 
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Wood n' beav, goes together like my homey Deepsouth sipping juice n' gin.
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Old 08-12-2009   #12
 
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As of 7/8, the pile of logs shown in the first picture has moved downstream and is still wedged river wide below the drop. The log pile was easily visible at the lip of the horizon line before, but now its not visible from above, or in the eddy on the left above the drop. Someone put a throwbag line across the river well above water level to warn boaters about the log hazard. My group pulled one of the logs out of the river, but the main riverwide log is still blocking the channel. At 250 last week it was very sketchy. At higher flows it will likely be covered.

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Some friends of mine tried to pull this strainer out last Friday and lost control of it and it lodged downstream of the original location. They left the throw bag because there was not much else they could do. I have not been down there yet this season so I don't have any details but I guess if you have not been there since Friday it has moved.
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From what I can gather, it sounds like there's the possibility of a group of us doing Bailey along with one power tool on Saturday, and, along the way, taking care of whatever's left of said river wide problem... (Vince, Freemont?)
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They're listening...
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More new wood Bailey

Last night a semi with a full load of lumber went into the creek at Bailey. Tons of fresh new lumber to navigate, 2x4's 2x8's and full sheets of plywood were everywhere. Every thing paddled fine but that stuff will be moving all over the place for a while. The lumber is pretty easy to see if you keep your eyes open. There is a yellow throw rope to warn of the log in the drop below Deer Creek, however be heads up for another huge log below that one. It is about 2 or 3 bends down after the rope,and totaly blocks the left channel. Plenty of room to go right if you notice it in time.
Heads up everyone, be safe. Jason
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