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Good deal! I bet it was a lot of work. I keep meaning to look at that at low water and see what state the sieve is in, but as always, beware that the rocks separating the notch run from the rest of the flow have serious holes in them underwater!
We did the river at 8 feet over, and 6.5 feet over. On the second run my shoulder starting throbbing and my right arm useless. It’s good to know I can do millstream at that level basically paddling only on my left side.
For all of us- The stout’s creek crew, and the big water crew- it was an extraordinary day in JUNE!
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