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Old 05-24-2010   #1
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80 Footer in Colorado?

Was just reading Pat Keller stomped this beast..


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Old 05-24-2010   #2
 
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Big Bad Wolf

We always called it the Big Bad Wolf, Red Riding Hood is a 30 fter just downstream. I guess Pat gets to name 'em though. The only other boat I have ever seen go off it was my unmanned Stubby, a probe, no one i know ever stepped up. Props to Pat, Isaac, Grace, Stan and crew, you guys kill it. Brad Higinbotham, you could have had it!
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Gotta say i like Big Bad Wolf better. So what happened with your probe? End up hitting the rock? People run Red Riding Hood a lot? Always wondered what the rest of that area looked like.
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where is this one?
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is that fourmile creek above pagosa?? i think i may have seen a shot of that falls a few years ago and figured someone would someday fire it up......if not, do tell, major props!
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not florida is it?
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Hmmmm gravity works
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Wolf Creek. It's basically roadside about half way up the pass on the west side.
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ah, solid. the land of giants......
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any other drops besides the one in the photo get run?
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