Lucky Peak Wednesday
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> This morning, there was little outflow and the nursery numbersThat was wishful observation, perhaps. The only guy I saw tearing
> were low. I was pleased when I got on the dam at 8:15AM and saw 2-3
> windsurfers tearing it up...
anything up was Brian, when I first got there a little before 8. He
was up in the channel above Sheep Cr., where it looked filled in and
The next three of us struggled to get out of the Turner hole, and
never did get lit up. We all planed a few times, but mostly slogged.
> In fact, one of the windsurfers yet out a yell and swam his rig toThat would have been me. Thanks for not quoting the yell, as these
are family email lists, eh? About the time my arms were on rubber leg
street and I couldn't hold on to slog anymore, I realized gee, I
didn't put my uphaul on, either.
Oh well, nice day for a swim (or a long hike, in Steve's case).
> Can anyone explain why it was so short this morning?I think we need to sacrifice some virgins.
The nursery RAWS numbers don't look that bad, and the pressure
was certainly high enough... but it looks like the pressure was
high in the mountains too: only +0.09 or less between Boise and
Forecast shows things switching to NW, looks like it's spoiling
the fun starting today.
Tom von Alten http://fortboise.org