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Old 07-05-2011   #1
 
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Deployed throw bag below Seidel's/Brown's Canyon

After running Seidel's yesterday, I saw a throw bag at the end of about 15' of visible rope in the small hole just left of center about 100' below the big Seidel's wave. I don't know what the rope was hung up on or how much farther it may go above the hole and it's easy to get around the hole, but it could be a hazard for a swimmer.
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You should call the AHRA and let them know. If it has the potential to become a hazard they will remove it.
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Imyers ....like your Muir quote
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We went to look for it yesterday and could not see it. Hopefully someone pulled it out.

If anyone see's that it is still there please let us know.

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what is the AHRA? i googled it and the wiki page took me nowhere
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Apparently your Google skills need work:

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Ya, i guess.

"AHRA" took me to NOTHING
"ahra kayak" did
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what is seidels like at these levels?
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a wet slide and little wave at the bottom, but the entire run is still fun with lots of rock dodge moves to make.
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