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Old 11-11-2010, 10:45 AM   #1
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As you are sitting in your house nice in warm thinking about all the water you paddled this year and years past. Now we have a spot in the forms for you to put them down, with lat/long. if posible so others can use google maps to find them, so others in the club can enjoy. So lets get the gears moving and see how many of the waterways can we get covered. Then will have a database of all the waters we can paddle.
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As you are sitting in your house nice in warm thinking about all the water you paddled this year and years past. Now we have a spot in the forms for you to put them down, with lat/long. if posible so others can use google maps to find them, so others in the club can enjoy. So lets get the gears moving and see how many of the waterways can we get covered. Then will have a database of all the waters we can paddle.
Tom
It would also be nice to try to establish a minimum (so we don't have to walk the river) and maximum (for safety) water levels for these runs based on gage readings. I've started keeping track mostly for trying to figure out paddling zero, but it would be good for several folks to keep records of water levels when they paddle on their own so that we can compare notes.
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