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File Size: 70.81 kb Date Updated: 5/28/2010 8:59:00 AM Originally Uploaded As: Gaugerock.JPG
Author: James Album: FITW
River Association: Snoqualmie, S. Fork (1. Fall in the Wall (FITW))   @  Gauge Rock ()

Comments from the Peanut gallery
James  (5/28/2010)
Is the cup half full or is the cup half empty?
water wacko  (5/31/2010)
This would be a pretty low run. The cup is about 6 inches out of the water. When the whole rock is underwater bring your A game (and a rope for the Fisherman ;).
jP  (5/31/2010)
Yup. Somewhere in the middle of the "low" range. Absolutely not anywhere close to "Medium". Fun? perhaps- if you like to bounce, bump, scrape, piton, stern-slam, elbow bash, faceplant, ect. But is actually a bit easier and flows better in the "medium" range, provided one knows how to run whitewater. it does come at ya a bit quicker at medium flows, but all the eddies are still catchable.You hit much less rock and get much more fluid lines.
James  (2/2/2012)
I am pretty sure that this photo was on a day I was hiking back there sawing wood out, not on a day we did a run. But it's been a while so I could be wrong.

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