Elkhorn Run

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 24, 2004

271cfs

Jay, yesterday after work. The only real significance of this run is that Jay demoed a boat, an RPM, and has decided to buy it. Also of note is that though I think it I have been on the Elkhorn at lower readings than 271, I am certain that the water was lower than I have ever seen it. There was no current in the flat stretches and the rapids were pretty bare. I think I’ll stick to 400cfs and above from now on.

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