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Old 06-08-2010   #1
 
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Photos of Number 4 & 5 on Ark at 4000 cfs

Hi All,

I thought I would share photos of Numbers (#4 and #5) on the Arkansas taken somewhere in the 4000CFS range taken Mon, 6/7/10. Photo credit: Larry Rice.
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DAMN! Looks like a good time. Thanks for the pictures.
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For comparision, here's a shot of Number 5 at 650-ish cfs. Looking upstream, I believe, in very early spring (tree has not bloomed yet). That huge boulder just to the right (this is looking upstream) of the entry drop is the rock that is barely visable in the other photo above entitled "Number5" (which is a shot looking downstream).

Hope that makes sense.

Photo credit: Matt Rensel. Paddler: Michelle Hernandez.
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Who put that dumb sign in the #5 looking upstream pic?
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