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  1. bwest
    Ian, I havent actually been lucky enough to attend a Bailey Fest, hoping to this year, but I hear the camp is an awesome riverside spot. Im curious how you secured that spot. I am looking for a cool riverside wedding spot and thought about it. Im sure its probably something super secretive that only a suave talker and politican like you can make happen but I'd love to chat with you about it. Also, is there a Bailey Fest this year?
  2. sc00ter
    Hey Ian,

    I was curious what the actual dates are for Baileyfest?

    On Mountainbuzz I see Aug 8-10 and Aug 10-12. I'm easily confused.

    Cheers man!
  3. badswimmer
    Hey Ian- heard you were doing another run of shirts- I bought an XL and it's too big, any chance I can swap it for a large? It's never been washed or worn & I can meet up with you when you get the second order in. Lemme know bro. Thanks, JP 3033592514
  4. marcus
    Hey Ian,
    For starters awesome Bailey fest! Thanks for all of the hard work. We somehow left a MountainSurf skirt at the take out. I was told that it ended up on stage Saturday but no one knows what happened to it after that. Did you happen to end up with it?
    Thanks so much again for all that you do and please let me know if you have the skirt.
    Thank you a million times,
  5. chrispy
    We could daisy chain our pa with your small rental pa, we have all the mics and our pa has enough channels to accommodate all mics . We have access to a snake, we have shelters and tarps. Christmas lights.... if we could wave camping fees we play for free. do our own sound.
  6. chrispy
    hey ian! There would be no stage , we could bring our own sun shades and tarps and such. some plywood and carpet for the drums. fairly certain we could be self sufficient and get it done ourselves... we have all of the gear.... Not quality, but I'm certain it would work... we played outside at ben's house for a block party 3 weeks ago..... Not entirely sure everyone in the band is "in" yet... but if we had the okay I'm sure we could do it.... We are ambitious! Chrispy.... 720- 266-7019 text or call. I'll let you know more when I hear from the guys... There are four of us, (drummer, bassist, rhythm guitar, and me, vocals and guitar)
  7. badswimmer
    Ian- great weekend!!! Ganger meadow looks better than the hundo left it. Hope you run(s) were good! Let me know how to get you the dough for a couple Baileyfest shirts (L) 2 maybe 4 if Neil calls me back, shout me @ the house 3038383333 or cell @ 3033592514
    PS do you know what the faucet masters have in mind this week? Look forward to talking soon, phone or PM is fine, whenever. Peace, Jake
  8. Hans
    (2 of 2)

    Probably a sign attached to a tree "4 Falls Portage Here" so people would use this over going to the micro eddies & tearing up the hillsides there. Maybe a warning sign just upstream to let people know to catch this eddy, etc.

    I know when he was driving up the road today & encountered our group, the meeting was not as cordial as the one I had had with him on Saturday. I believe the major concern was people peeing in the road aka disrespecting his property. Maybe if we started with the stairways proposal, showing our collective intentions to respect his property are genuine, maybe a followup idea that would take more efforts, etc., could be to install a stand-alone decomposing outhouse in this area.

    I'd donate time to either, & if I couldn't be there (always traveling for work) I'd donate money for materials or beer for those that could take part in installing the stairway.

    What do you think? Maybe post this on the buzz & see the interest out there?
  9. Hans
    Hey Ian, thanks so much for Bailey Fest 2011! Great time!

    Just a thought on the 4 Falls property owner given this rapid is at minimum a scout & for most a mandatory portage. I am imagining you were in contact with him leading up to the event, & he was not just down there working, when out of the blue a 100+ kayakers came through his property several times.

    I think most people are using the large eddy upstream now versus the micros further down. As the "road" is pretty close, the hillside is steep & is of loose composition, & all the foot traffic of the kayakers can cause erosion issues, maybe it could be presented to him the kayaking community installs a stairway for this location.

    I'm thinking it could be 1 or 2 simple stairways cut into the hillside using landscaping timbers & rebar stakes. Nothing fancy needed, but something that would stop the need for everyone coming out of the eddy to have to chew up the hillside at random locations & causing further erosion in the area.
  10. Phillips
    Hey Ian, headin to escalante soon?

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  • About deepsouthpaddler
    Real Name
    Ian Foley
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    Besides boating... planning or thinking about boating
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    Favorite Rivers
    All of them...
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    Big South, Oh Be Joyful, Clear Creek, Bailey, Gore
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    I love kayaking.
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    Jackson Karma
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    Werner Shogun 197cm 30d


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