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Old 07-13-2007   #1
 
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will the trend reverse?

Well weré always bitchin'and moanin' about Texans coming to run the Ark,but with our{Colorado} season winding down and Texas practically underwater,could there be an exodus of mountain folk/buzzards flocking to the Lone Star state? There are only a handful of 4/5 runs in that big mofo;eg Blanco,Crabapple,Cherokee,and some spillways,SO.PRONG of the Waxahachie should be at SEE GOD levels,but there are lots of 3 to 4- big water play rivers like the Pedranales.Some of them are near Waco,maybe we could pool our money and rent a compound,I hear the ól'Koresh place is available.
Check out Steve Daniels "Texas Whitewater "book sometime.

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Old 07-13-2007   #2
 
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don't come

we don't want all you fat paddles from CO. here, we have had 26 deaths on our rivers this year with all the rain.
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Old 07-13-2007   #3
 
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sorry,didn't think about the deaths ,most of those are not boaters are they?
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Old 07-13-2007   #4
 
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don't think so

many were just swimming, 2 or 3 tubing and a loft on a Wal Mart type raft. One a Game Warden looking for a swimmer when his boat capsized. Still looking for one that capsized last fri. on a Wal Mart raft. I don't think any had PFD or other type gear.
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