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Old 02-09-2015   #1
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Tree in the river below Mad Dog Falls, Poudre River

I know it's early for the Cache La Poudre River but there is a tree that has fallen into the river below Mad Dog Falls at mile marker 118 just past the "spectator rock" area below the falls. Will try to post a pic of it as well.
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Old 02-11-2015   #2
 
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Who wants to go get it? I'll provide truck and chain saw. This weekend? If ya know me, call. If not, pm.
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Sluts

Ill bring bikini girls and free beer too.
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Got excited for a second. I've never heard it called "falls" just MD rapid. I thought I was gonna learn about a new drop.
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Yup, that's gonna have to go.

SimpleMan, if bikini clad women are in attendance I'm there.
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Tree has been removed

Thank you SimpleMan for your assistance in getting that tree out.
All we need now is lots more water and those bikini babes
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They're at my house right now making breakfast and rubbing my feet.
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Is it out yet? I'll help when this snow stops. I'm up in poudre park.


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