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Whitewater Forum : Getting out as a Beginner Author: Jimmy
Subject: Getting out as a Beginner
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 1:49pm

Mine is 11 but is just starting to want to learn to roll.  He has been down some rivers but really easy stuff.
11-04-2015 at 13:49 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Looking for long underwear (base layers) ---Quote (Originally by Randaddy)--- Not wool, but the only thing made in America I've seen mentioned here, warmer than the Hot Chilies or the silk,... 11-04-2015 at 12:08 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) Melanzana (http://melanzana.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/24_40/products_id/60) Not wool, but the only thing made in America I've seen... 11-04-2015 at 10:32 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Getting out as a Beginner Author: Matt Haverly
Subject: Getting out as a Beginner
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 9:32am

Awesome!
I do not have cel phone at the moment but my email is [email protected] Had a SUPER GOOD pool session last night - I am stoked. Practiced rolls all night and never did have to wet exit, and kept the paddle closer to the surface. Almost getting over the hump with rolls.
11-04-2015 at 09:32 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Parks : Sky today Author: water wacko
Subject: Sky today
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 9:06am

Tell us how the wave at Split Rock is if you go. 
11-04-2015 at 09:06 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Getting out as a Beginner Author: mikefromTX
Subject: Getting out as a Beginner
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 9:02am

How old is your son? I have an 11 year old who's a solid class 3 boater and I'm always looking for other youth for him to boat with.
11-04-2015 at 09:02 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Getting out as a Beginner Author: Jimmy
Subject: Getting out as a Beginner
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 8:46am

I am going to start taking my son to pool sessions when I get back in town.  We live off of Old Owen, we could car pool maybe.
11-04-2015 at 08:46 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Parks : Sky today Author: olyyakker
Subject: Sky today
Posted: 04 Nov 2015 at 8:44am

Anyone want to do a lap or two today? I will be at railroad bridge around 11 Mark 360-789-2361
11-04-2015 at 08:44 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? ---Quote (Originally by GreenWall)--- I use that system with the whiskey park bag I think. 25"x78 q-core big Agnes's pad. You will get cold with a... 11-04-2015 at 07:28 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) Costco merino wool blend. Good any cheep!!! 11-04-2015 at 05:53 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Westwater in October. Great looking trip. What kind of paddle were you using? It looks pretty sweet! 11-04-2015 at 05:09 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Stolen 13' Grey RMR Raft in the SLC area I say screw buying it back if you find it. if you really find it, and have original proof of purchase, I'd just steal the damn thing back. It's utah,... 11-04-2015 at 04:42 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
MF and SF Smith - November 2, 2015 that looks wild! I really don't know that area well, but that doesn't look like what i played on (down river from Gasquet) a couple years ago. We... 11-04-2015 at 04:07 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue I've only played over there a couple times, and both times used whitewater cowboys(orange torpedo) - I didnt have any problems, but requested they... 11-04-2015 at 03:58 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) Duofold makes good value stuff. Icebreaker pops up on SierraTradingPost.com Underarmour makes a really heavyweight fleecey long underwear for... 11-04-2015 at 03:58 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? I use that system with the whiskey park bag I think. 25"x78 q-core big Agnes's pad. You will get cold with a paco in the back. Just get the right pad... 11-04-2015 at 03:02 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue I have always used Sharon at affordable,never an issue. It seems the non local vehicles are the ones that get hit. I have been going there forever... 11-04-2015 at 02:57 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
No more NRS Gear swap?? Yeah they closed it in late September. Sucks, but hopefully they are putting the time to better use. 11-04-2015 at 02:11 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue We had a few issues with Galice Resort. Some vehicle damage. We covered under our insurance but Galice did not want to hear about it. I used them... 11-04-2015 at 02:04 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) I prefer a synthetic silk weight base for most activities. Polarmax has been my preference for this. Polyester and made in the USA: Men's �... 11-04-2015 at 01:48 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Help me understand this Grand Canyon Heli rescue I think the handle would pull out pretty quick Sent from my SM-G900V using Mountain Buzz mobile app 11-04-2015 at 01:34 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? My wife and I have A Big Creek 30 double wide Big Agnes Sleeping bag system with Hinman pads in the sleeve. We also sleep on Pacos With the system. ... 11-04-2015 at 01:25 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Help me understand this Grand Canyon Heli rescue [QUOTE=Seems like a bucket attached to 30' of rope and thrown downriver would have done the trick.[/QUOTE] This seems to be a common thought, Ill... 11-04-2015 at 01:10 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue ---Quote (Originally by shappattack)--- All waivers are not equal. Just because you sign a waiver doesn't mean it is legally enforceable, and it... 11-04-2015 at 01:07 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) I am a nordic ski instructor and spend a lot of time out doors in the winter. I like silk base layer for most of my winter activities. Very warm,... 11-04-2015 at 00:44 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking to join a Grand Canyon trip from mid February through April launch on short notice. If we pick up a late cancelation for March or April we need a few more solid people to put a trip together quickly. I hope... 11-04-2015 at 00:38 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Westwater in October. Westwater Canyon in fall. https://vimeo.com/144517935 5200 cfs. Fun and pushy. 11-04-2015 at 00:37 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue ---Quote (Originally by bucketboater)--- I don't see why galice would deny they shuttled this guys rig. Shuttle companies are not responsible for... 11-04-2015 at 00:29 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? I always hated being cooped up in a sleeping bag, which is why I went with the blanket solution until I looked into these bags. I'm a big dude and... 11-03-2015 at 23:58 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Looking for long underwear (base layers) Although not natural fibers, I highly recommend Hot Chillies both on and off the river. Nice, even when wet. At camp around the fire when you... 11-03-2015 at 23:57 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Wednesday green Author: olyyakker
Subject: Wednesday green
Posted: 03 Nov 2015 at 10:39pm

Anyone up for an upper gorge run around 11?
11-03-2015 at 22:39 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? I am a big guy and I love the Hog Park. The bag is huge, but having no fill in the bottom makes it easy to pack. I don't think that my Aire "Paco"... 11-03-2015 at 22:20 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
oar locks vs pins and clips Gloves? What in the, bahahaha, world does that have to do with pins vs locks? This isn't a thread about silky soft hands, that's over on... 11-03-2015 at 22:09 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
SUP recs in Junction? The Moab daily is a great option. Just a short drive from the Junc. 11-03-2015 at 22:09 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue Ya I lived there too. I personally like fewer cops and wouldn't vote for a safety levy either. It should be legal to shoot theives. A couple get... 11-03-2015 at 21:45 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : New gauge on the Cascade River Author: Fun Eli
Subject: New gauge on the Cascade River
Posted: 03 Nov 2015 at 9:29pm

Just FYI for anyone who wants to paddle the Cascade River at some point, you have a new gauge. It is located under the bridge at the Cascade River Park, at the last decent rapid. It's a real gauge and measures in meters/centimeters. Why metric you ask?... because the English measurement system is stupid and gauge height is pretty much an arbitrary scale anyway, so might as well use something easy. I was able to get a bunch of gauge readings on my camera over a wide range of flows with this last rain event. I checked the date/time stamp on the photos and correlated those to the USGS flow (CFS) reading. I have it pretty well correlated, but will be fine tuning my data as I get more. If you happen to float by the gauge, please snap a picture of it and send me a message with date, time, and height in cm.
My preliminary correlation equation is:

CFS = 0.0876X^2 + 15.7X + 195

Just plug in the gauge reading (cm) for X and you will know what the flow is.

Enjoy,
Eli






11-03-2015 at 21:29 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? The one I was looking at was the Hog Park or Whiskey park. They are essentially the same bag, just different temperature ratings (20 and 0... 11-03-2015 at 20:57 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue Guy says he has credit card receipts for the shuttle, should be pretty easy to prove whether he did or didn't entrust his rig to them. 11-03-2015 at 20:44 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Anyone driving from Seattle to Portland want $20? Author: Fun Eli
Subject: Anyone driving from Seattle to Portland want $20?
Posted: 03 Nov 2015 at 7:49pm

Got a squirt boat that needs a ride from Seattle to Portland and it comes with $20 that you get to keep. It doesn't take up much room, so should be easy to add on to a roof full of kayaks. If anyone is headed that way in their adventures, please let me know:
34 seven - seven for 6 - 6 for 89

Thanks,
Eli
11-03-2015 at 19:49 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Caution when shuttling cars on the Rogue There have been numerous break-ins and car thefts. This is the latest incident not a good experience after this guys car was stolen Galice Store... 11-03-2015 at 19:42 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
new EZ inflate sleeping pads... ---Quote (Originally by cataraftgirl)--- I also use an Exped pad. Love it. The built in hand pump works fine, but it's kind of like giving CPR to... 11-03-2015 at 19:42 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Has anyone used a Big Agnes "System" bag with a Paco Pad? A super paco will not fit in the BA sleeve, you could lay on top of the paco in the BA bag but if you roll over your back will freeze. I tried this... 11-03-2015 at 19:41 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
oar locks vs pins and clips either works fine... as long as you have your rowing gloves on 11-03-2015 at 19:30 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Annual Fall Dinner hosted by Colorado Whitewater Come enjoy dinner, drinks, an interesting presentation and swag at Colorado Whitewater's Annual Fall Dinner on Tuesday, November 10th. Plus, meet new... 11-03-2015 at 19:30 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Stolen Waveski Author: rockarolla
Subject: Stolen Waveski
Posted: 03 Nov 2015 at 7:15pm

Hey Jen. I'm bummed to hear this happen to ya .
I agree with Irene. With the photo on here it will be easy for someone to recognize it. Hope it gets back to ya.
11-03-2015 at 19:15 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Stolen 13' Grey RMR Raft in the SLC area I wouldnt put any faith in the police, they are way to busy writing tickets for moving violations. As the last stolen boat thread shows they're a... 11-03-2015 at 19:07 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
MFS Preseason vs. Cache la Poudre Have to echo what others have already said. I've been on the Poudre a lot between 1' and 5' and the MFS one time at somewhere over 3'. From... 11-03-2015 at 18:34 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
new EZ inflate sleeping pads... I also use an Exped pad. Love it. The built in hand pump works fine, but it's kind of like giving CPR to the pad. I have a bum knee, and kneeling to... 11-03-2015 at 18:05 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Getting out as a Beginner Author: Nick
Subject: Getting out as a Beginner
Posted: 03 Nov 2015 at 6:00pm

Hey Matt-

    I'm stacked w/ work this week but I can help you out in the near future. I live in Snoho and can dawn patrol the lower Sky w/ you sometime. Shoot me your digits yo! 425 359 8469
11-03-2015 at 18:00 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
MF and SF Smith - November 2, 2015 Damn Will. Where is the like button? Looks like a great run. Way to get after it. Sure wish I had a smallish raft as I do like to R2. BTW those... 11-03-2015 at 17:58 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else