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RRFW Riverwire Glen Canyon Dam Update

RRFW Riverwire Glen Canyon Dam Update September 1, 2015 Current Status The April to July 2015 unregulated inflow to Lake Powell was 6.71 million acre-feet
riverwirerrfw
8:42 AM
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78290

Re: dripping springs

Hello Chris, Dripping Springs should work although the last time I was there was five years ago. Yuma Point is an awesome place to camp. Give some thought
rangerbob41
3:22 AM
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78289

File - posting files and photos

Please be aware that with few exceptions the group's "Files" folder should only be used for text documents or small pdf's. The group owner would prefer these
Grand_Canyon_Hikers@yahoogroups.com
Sep 1
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78288

Re: dripping springs

Sounds like a fun hike. Why don't you go down the upper Boucher to the spring first so you would know what was available and then do your hike to Yuma Point
aguabug
Aug 31
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78287

dripping springs

I wonder if dripping springs is a viable water source for three hikers looking to pull a quart or two each from the "catch basin" below? I have been given some
chrismattera84
Aug 31
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78286

Royal Arch Loop opening available

Three of us are doing the Royal Arch Loop starting from Pt. Huitzil with extra time in Copper Canyon Oct 9-15. Is anyone who is qualified for this hike
bobhostetler
Aug 25
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78285

Beloved Everett teacher delighted in nature, kids | HeraldNet.com -

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Jersey News
Aug 24
#78285
 
78284

Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

Just want to weigh-in on this issue although I feel it's been covered ad nauseam. The issue is real, there is a disconnect between what the majority of runners
originalgiri
Aug 24
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Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

Well voiced. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
KenS
Aug 24
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78282

Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

Ditto, delete as offensive.  I am a hunter but not of humans. I know it was written as a joke but it did not come off as a joke. Sent from Yahoo Mail on
KenS
Aug 24
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78281

Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

WV - your first premise, that backpackers pay, and are therefore entitled to something more than everyone else is flawed, The eight bucks a night permit fee
Jonathan Beck
Aug 24
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78280

Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

We paying users should expect some issues and concerns being expressed by the non-paying trail runners and R2. After all, they have used a corporate welfare
wildvagabond
Aug 24
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Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

Yep. ... Does anyone else think that these posts should be deleted? ... A hunting season would be to noisy plus the odds are pretty high of a stray bullet
ned.bryant
Aug 24
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Re: Best National Parks Trails for Running

A hunting season would be to noisy plus the odds are pretty high of a stray bullet passing thru those skinny bodies and striking a hiker. I still think that a
pikewrench
Aug 23
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78275

Re: permit available

Grand Canyon Hikers https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/grandcanyonhikers https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/grandcanyonhikers You might have to have
bessiehyde
Aug 23
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