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Old 10-11-2005   #1
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Platteville Whitewater Park

Just kidding, Nothing is planned as far as I know, but you Plattevillers should be working on a drop out there. That part of the St Vrain has got water late in the season. With this latest storm runoff they got 446 cfs and they typically see larger peaks out there. BTW the St Vrain at Mouth gage on MountainBuzz is near Platteville

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The Platteville drop could be as easy as re-arranging the rocks right there by I-25. It was cranking today when I drove by. It could be called "goose grunt hole".
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