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It is called Dental Intel. We do Business Intelligence and Intelligent Workflow for dental offices. We do not use Teem, but I will check it out.
I have a business based in Utah. Many of us in the company are canyoneering nuts. We recently moved into a new building and have several small...
If this happens... PM me... Late October would be ideal
I would assume its like this
no hooking.... everything was pretty full. 2 hours in canyon from crossroads down
I got my answer.... 250 CFS is fairly easy downstream. Upstream would be interesting
didn't see upstream from the alcove, nut the corridor downstream looked similar to the above picture
That was the spot... crazy to see 10-15,000 gallons rush out of there in a few minutes.
Log jams are plentiful and unstable in Imlay. In the first section of narrows there is a pothole that is approximately 20 feet in diameter with a 10...
Sneak has a lot of new dead fall. Water levels in canyon are high. All anchors are in good/fairly new condition. Lots of log jams (be careful).
What I am really wondering about is what a walk/float out would be like from say..... where Imlay drops into the Narrows
Currently the narrows is averaging around 200 CFS. Permits are not given at over 150 CFS. Anyone been in there in similar water? What is it like?
"Hardest" one was the first pothole right before the small arch. Water was about 4 feet below the lip. It wasn't too bad. You can see me in the video...
The video was our group of 5 on June 21st.
When did you go through?
The canyon was quite clean as we went through (other than a fleece blanket...
Does anyone know any of these people?
This should be recognizable but very troubling too
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The Henry's are laccoliths. What about South or Middle Maidenwater?