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Old 06-03-2014   #1
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Ruby at 40000

Has anyone run Ruby at 40000cfs? If so what do I need to watch out for this is my first year back rowing?

joe hemelt
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Old 06-03-2014   #2
Park City, Utah
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Rowed it twice this weekend. (was only planning on doing it once but swept by camp #5 Black Rock so we took out and did it again) Very fast but only real concern is Black Rock. Still no problem read and run.
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