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Old 08-31-2014   #21
Evereywhere, State of Bliss
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Sorry for party rockin!

Originally Posted by Snakerivergirl View Post
Oh boy. We have a group of 22 for a deep meditation and yoga camp also launching on 9/8. We should all get along great.
Always better to know than be surprised eh? How many days are you guys on the rio for? We are seven days. See ya at corn creek.

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Old 09-01-2014   #22
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We try to talk to other trips and get an idea of where they plan on staying. Since it was just two of us this past trip, it was pretty easy for us to pick small camps or non-camps and have a peaceful evening.

Of course, there's always that one time you missed talking to someone and and a 30 person commercial trip rolls in on you at 5PM.

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Old 09-04-2014   #23
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We will be getting on Sept 8 off on the 14th. We are another large group of 22. Weather looks awesome and likely YJs have been knocked down a bit due to a little spell of colder weather- one could only hope. See you all at the put in Namaste.

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Old 09-27-2014   #24
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Just got off (Corn Creek to Riggins Sept 15-23) and the yellow-jackets were almost totally gone, even though weather was generally warm and beautiful. Can't remember camps.

We scouted handful of rapids due to newbie boatman (me) though I probably would've been ok on all but Black Creek and Bailey. Bailey in particular had formed a big hole right at the end of the tongue; wouldn't have seen it in time and undoubtably flipped, and we weren't planning to scout, but lead boat got stuck at the top trying to sneak right. Lucky break for me ! Flows were 3600-3800 CFS at WhiteBird.

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