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Old 06-09-2009   #1
 
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Joe Wright Wood Report 6/9

I had a low side of good run on Joe Wright Creek on Sunday (6/7); other than a ugly and bony looking Cornholio everything paddled well and fun. I was back in the area today and from the highway spotted a log completely blocking the bottom move in Carnito Canyon which apparently deposited in the last two days. Time, weather and side of the river constraints prevented any removal attempts. If considering running Carnito definitely scout, and it appears that it will take some work, probably from river left, to remove and return the rapid to runnable status.
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Austin
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Thanks for the heads up!

If not taken care of by the w/e, I'm sure we'll try to clean it up.

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Thanks for that Austin! Lets get that out of there before levels come back up.

Might try and get up there Friday on the way to the Encampment. If anyone gets up there over the next couple days and cleans that up, please post a reply.
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Wood is gone Thursday the 11th

A group of us extracted both 12 foot branches from the bottom of Carnito Canyon. As of now it is all good to go. Keep an eye out there for shifting wood... conditions are ever changing.

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thanks for the removal and update
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Nice work Mike, thanks for doing that. Was there enough water up there to paddle Joe Wright (was the fan rock in Carnito covered)?
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yep it was covered. Not by much. but the boof was in.
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