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Old 08-24-2005   #1
 
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Bailey Wood!

Now that I've got your attention, it's time to do something about that f-ing tree. Does anyone have a chain saw I could borrow? Would anyone like to take a long walk in there with me on sunday? What's the best access? Is there any chance a bow saw would work for that?
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You are going to have a hell-of-a time getting that tree....or should I say trees outta there with a bow saw. I looked at it the last time down and the one log/tree has attracted another and still (i think) another. You will need a chainsaw and a com-a-long or something to get one tree up above water so that you can get to it.

I would say just walk it since it really poses no hazard, yet eventually it will turn into a giant logjam.

I would help, but have a hectic schedule and do my best just to paddle the sucka.

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If there's enough water on Sunday to do a low water float. I'll go with you. I've got your number and all the equipment we'd need. If there's at least 180, I'll call you.
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Joe I can't go on Sunday but another day next week would work. Let me know. I also think you should call Livingston up. Based on his most recent post it looks like he has a lot of free time on his hands
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No shit, can't the buzzards recognize a troll when they see one? So bored. 1 response in 3 hours, wtf?
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geta job bitches!
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Can you really say "get a job" with a straight face Goldie? Just keep your resumes West of the Mississippi punk.

On topic, my w/e's are booked through til my death, but I could bolt outa work early and bring a headlamp for the paddle out next week.

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If the water comes up a bit I can float in with my stinger that I could haul some gear in with, I also have plenty of rope and hardwear ( no saw though).

I am available this weekend.

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if i were still in CO i'd be all over it. it's always nice to do something that gives my unemployed ass a sense of purpose.

good luck guys.
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