This topic contains 8 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Bilbo 3 years, 1 month ago.

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  • #7060

    McChuck
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    15 inches today at 5 pm at D.

    Please note that at 3 doors, door #1 has a huge tree going almost all the way across. At 10″ door #2 gets shoally, but still doable if you duck the branch going over it. At lower water still you can probably get under the log at door #1.

    Good news is right side at Turkey creek is open. The log washed away.

    So…..we need to do some chainsawing- and the dam needs it too.

    Stout’s Creek- next people down be on high alert- we saw a LOT of debris in main channels.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  McChuck. Reason: College of Hard Knocks #6. Regarding the girls you brought home when you were dating? Your mom was always right
  • #7062

    Helen
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    thanks Chuck!

     

  • #7063

    Sam Rehkop
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    The river is at +10 this morning.

  • #7072

    Sam Rehkop
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    The river is at+7 as of 730am.

  • #7080

    Sam Rehkop
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    As of 730 the river is +4.5 feet per dad.

  • #7083

    JasonR74
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    Dale and a handful of guys pulled the tree out of DOOR #1 yesterday, so it’s clear now.

  • #7084

    McChuck
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    That was a major undertaking! It was huge.  I was running the trail and wondering where all the noise was coming from. Bart was in on it. Others? BIG Thanx.

    BTW- he trail, other than being really muddy, is in great shape brush-wise. Still lots of mushrooms out too.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  McChuck. Reason: People that don't know what to do with themselves on a rainu afternoon....do they still long for immortality?
  • #7091

    timolson
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    Oh yeah, Bart was definitely in on it… 😉

  • #7093

    Bilbo
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    Turkey Creek left route has two trees fall on the right sneak of the largest drop. I cleared it out several years ago with a hand saw but these trees might need quite a bit more. This seems somewhat optional but the route comes in handy during clinic, etc.

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