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Wood in Bailey

There's a piece of wood in what I believe you would call the end of the last major rapid in the steeps. It's the rapid after the S turn rapid in the last little drop. It's sticking straight up in the air & is not visible from the eddy up high but will be obvious as you come down. You can sneak around through the far left slot. You can probably run right by it as well and be fine, but you know, a little sketch. We tried to pull it out, but no luck.

Also a piece of fencing is sticking straight up just to the right of the launch pad on Supermax.
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Unless you ended up moving the log when you were pulling on it, the right side of the log is really good. Wide enough to fit two boats through. It was on Saturday anyway.
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Sounds like you came through after we did on Sat. so it's in the same place. Like I said, probably no problem passing by it - I did the first time. Personally just like to error on the side of caution passing by new wood - never know what's lurking underneath the surface - so thought I'd pass along the info.

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Unless you ended up moving the log when you were pulling on it, the right side of the log is really good. Wide enough to fit two boats through. It was on Saturday anyway.
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No no, it's good to let people know. I just spaced it off. I was just letting others know they are safe going down river right. The reason I know it's wide enough for two boats is due to me rolling about twenty yards above it and someone stacking up with me. The two of us went through the right side of the log at the same time, and neither of us had any problems.
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