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Old 02-28-2010   #1
 
Grand Junction, Colorado
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Frozen River

Anybody boated Professor Valley (Dewey down to Sandy Beach)in the last week? It was frozen all the way across 2 weeks ago.

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Old 02-28-2010   #2
 
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Dewey to Hittle bottom was open a week ago, and now the section to blm takeout is also open. Just got off the phone with a friend who boated above Whites to Blm, - just getting back to his car after boating and its all good. Still lots of ice along shore in shady areas, and the ramp was icy- so not yet ready for prime time trailers, but dragging kayaks was fine.

Today is the first real spring like feeling day yet!! Snow on the north side of the house is even wet and melting.
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Thanks! We'll probably head down there next week.
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