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Old 01-12-2017, 03:56 PM
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Nice write up Eduardo. Thanks for the photos too. Glad that everyone had a safe trip. No breakdowns? Also, your choice of launching closer to the SYC makes a lot of sense. When the river is high, it can take a lot of fuel to get back, with that current pushing downstream.
and you're right. Everyone chose Discovery over Elkhorn for safety reasons more than anything. No breakdowns; we've been very fortunate.

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Thanks Terry. Glad to have done this for the community. It's just fun being around our GSG friends. Jim will be back; it's BDLR season right? Glad you have met our friend, the nationally re-known Dan Walters. Nice gentleman. We hope to see the Rollers soon in 2017.

Here's to more snow and rain for the rest of the winter, Terry.

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...and in this case, a good one. We've received so much water and snow these last several days, it has been pretty impressive. It's looking very promising for our Northern California reservoirs. The Weir gates were opened for the first time in 11 years along the Sacramento River just north of Old Sacramento. Went for a walk to the Tower Bridge during my lunch hour yesterday and took these images. Take a look.
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Old 01-13-2017, 06:20 PM
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Your right Ed, it is nice to see so much water, its just too bad its on its way to the ocean. Will be nice when we get some additional holding capacity during the fat years so that the flow can be controlled for the lean ones.
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