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after cleaning690 viewsanother before shot, that's around 110-120 cfs...Sep 13, 2012
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before boulder droppped945 viewsSomewhere in the mid-high one hundred level...Sep 13, 2012
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Back side of undercut1200 viewsThere is still water coming through, that's Gerald swimming around in the pool. Notice the broken boulder and the angle it's sitting at.Sep 11, 2012
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The rock I aim for1158 viewsThe rock in the middle is the one I normally stick my nose on to spin and slide by the undercut. That's gonna be tough to do now...Sep 11, 2012
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Upper view of cracked boulder1199 viewsThis is the boulder the undercut sat on. It's still on the edge of the boulder (causing one end to stick way up out of the water). It's busted up pretty good. Sep 11, 2012
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Probing beneath1282 viewsKeep in mind, before the shift, there would be at least 3 feet of air between the river and the bottom of the undercut. There's a little opening to Gerald's right.Sep 11, 2012
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The get out1282 viewsThere's no room to float by the undercut now, thanks to in moving forward when it dropped. I hope above 200cfs, there will be room.Sep 11, 2012
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Walking on water1167 viewsOk, Gerald is really walking on rocks. But it looks cool.Sep 11, 2012
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Paying the piper792 viewsIt was only 105cfs, the river didn't want to be floated. So I had to sacrifice my pinky nail.Sep 11, 2012
     
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