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Old 05-11-2004   #1
 
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Anybody been in there yet? If so, anything to report?

Thinking about a Saturday run if any creekers want to join up with us.

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A few of us are going Wednesday afternoon. I'll post a report of any new hazards. It looks like it will be stomping high, so hopefully we don't end up in or under any new hazards...

ps. For anyone interested, we ran Eldo canyon today. Harmon was high, and I think some rocks changed, but the changes are minor and the lines are the same in Harmon. Below the first vert drop in Eldo there is a partially exposed tree, with branches sticking up in the main channel. We went over it, but it is a hazard worth noteing. Also, the three channel drop has changed a ton. You can still hand portage/scrape down the far left channel, but there is more water in the center and right channel. The center channel looked pretty ugly to attempt to run. Bottom line, it was good to go, but give it a good scout this season before dropping in.
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a few of us hit it last week. everything was good to go with the exception of a river wide piece of wood that was some where between the waterfall and the last rapid. it was easily visible from above and we were able to portage on the left. also, there were a few pieces of wood in the bottom right hand side of gash.
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