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Old 08-06-2010   #1
 
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Elevenmile at 600cfs

How is Elevenmile at 600cfs? Anyone know what runs are comparable? Thinking about that or lapping Poudre Narrows tomorrow.

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Also thinking about doing this. Leave Boulder around 9 am
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I'm seeing 400 for the Lake George gauge. Is that the right one?

Either way, I'm interested in going tomorrow morning. I'm in Lakewood.

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The gauge we need is SFSP near lake george. I can't find it. What is up with EF anyhow?

The 599 reading is SFSP above cheeseman. We need the cheeseman outflow, I think.
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400 is a great flow for 11 Mile and it rarely gets any higher than that (usually 250 - 350 cfs).
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Mike, you think it will hold until Sunday?
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What's the quickest way to get there from Denver?
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Phil,

I don't have a clue on whether it will hold or not. It's pretty unpredictable except that it rarely stays above 350 for long. Cross your fingers.
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3 of us leaving Boulder around nine. one vehicle looking to share shuttle. CAll if you are on the same program. Sounds busy enough to hitch.
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