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Old 04-24-2015   #21
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Originally Posted by Learch View Post
Well, we ended up with 4 paddlers today, so I got nothin'. Lots of river traffic on the Upper Clack today, probably 6 groups I saw while we were up there. Someone is camping on the beach across from big Eddy, there is part of a tree sticking up at the top of Rock and Roll, and Toilet Bowl is a lot easier at 1200 lol. It was a good trip
The wood in Rock and Roll is not a significant issue aside from the (very small) chance to puncture. Its more of a big floppy stick.

Toilet Bowl is fun at all flows, but it isn't going to flip your raft at 1200 cfs. The Rock in the lead in can though!

Did you guys take out at the new Moore Creek (I think that's what its called) take out? Its so nice.

but can you see its opposition | comes a-rising up sometimes | that it's dreadful and position | comes blacking in my mind | ....and then I see a darkness
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Old 04-24-2015   #22
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Toilet bowl was pretty easy, the wave still surfed us right to left, but it wasn't nearly as large as last time at around 3600. I take it that stick has been there for a while, I don't remember it in March. It was a pretty mellow level, and I was okay with that. We did use the Moore creek ramp. I wish the gravel road was a pull through for rafts and trailers, instead of a switchback road that is just barely wide enough for people to carry a 7' wide raft up. It is 75% good, but not as user friendly as it could have been. I'm actually considering making a raft cart for the Upper Clack now just because of that ramp.

Wishing I was on the river instead of surfing the web...
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