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Old 05-02-2008   #1
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Howdy, for those interested, I just left the Poudre at 3:30pm today May 02, 2008. The rock was showing about One (1) INCH. That is a little better than the past few days where it was below the Zero mark...but it looks like it will need a few days of really warm weather to get things going!!!!!!!!!!! The narrows looked a little better, but still pretty scrapey in the flats...cheers, Scotty

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