Ive been out there twice in the past 5 days. the level is great. put in where you would park for big sur. flow downstream, when you get to the dam, go down the river-right chute. there is a pile about 3-4feet high, great for spins. to get back in there is a small eddy on the right river, surfers left side of the river. ferry across and hope in. the water is chilly, as is the air temp but its worth it for a couple hours. Hike back on the highway to get back to your car. Warning, dont touch the property on river right, its dam property. ill be back out, maybe sat, sun for sure.
Mike saw your truck at Keystone last weekend. I was on pins that day, you missed some comedy. I'll get back on the board and let's hit it up after the holiday. I'll be in Steamboat this weekend, and probably make turns with Adam, though I think we really ought to be at Lucky 7. I'll call ya...
Will do. I can play hooky in the am pretty easily during the week.
And duuuude, the drive back from the Boat was E-P-I-C. I was lucky and did it in 6.5 hours - 90 minutes just from Hwy 9 to the tunnel. I have friends that took 4 hours to do that same 8 mile stretch. We contemplated parking the car and snowboarding down to Denver at one point!
Hey all finally made it to my christmas break and was wondering if she has been still running as of late? Do not really want to make the drive out there is if is no chance but i'm down if anyone has plans on going or whatever.
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