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  Topic: Is there anybody out there?
PageRob

Replies: 38
Views: 8456

PostForum: Off-Trail Area   Posted: 9/13/2009, 7:56 pm   Subject: Is there anybody out there?
Yep, I'm teaching 6th grade science up here.
  Topic: Is there anybody out there?
PageRob

Replies: 38
Views: 8456

PostForum: Off-Trail Area   Posted: 9/12/2009, 9:03 am   Subject: Is there anybody out there?
I haven't even hiked in about a month...ugh!
  Topic: Antelope Canyon in Oct?
PageRob

Replies: 1
Views: 1108

PostForum: Hiking, Backpacking & Camping   Posted: 8/16/2009, 6:52 am   Subject: Antelope Canyon in Oct?
October is going to be darker. The famous "light beams" won't be there. I'd recommend contacting a tour company up here - they'd probably know the most about changing light conditions.
  Topic: Black light
PageRob

Replies: 6
Views: 3346

PostForum: Equipment & Gear   Posted: 7/18/2009, 4:55 pm   Subject: Black light
My buddy has one of these. He used it on the river after he got a little "love nip" from a scorpion before. We didn't see any when he was using it, but I don't know if that means it sucked o ...
  Topic: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
PageRob

Replies: 8
Views: 3453

PostForum: Photos, Literature, Art, Websites   Posted: 7/14/2009, 8:47 pm   Subject: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
Update:
Just spoke with a ranger up at Hite today, and the lake is up to the bottom of the paved launch ramp, and you can launch power boats there now.
  Topic: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
PageRob

Replies: 8
Views: 3453

PostForum: Photos, Literature, Art, Websites   Posted: 7/12/2009, 3:41 pm   Subject: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
The bottom of Glen Canyon has a one foot per mile gradient. Hite is some 40 miles downstream from the maximum upper end of the lake, so the water would have to be 40 or less below full. We're at 58 fe ...
  Topic: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
PageRob

Replies: 8
Views: 3453

PostForum: Photos, Literature, Art, Websites   Posted: 7/11/2009, 6:24 pm   Subject: "Resurrection:Glen Canyon"
Up 30 feet from the low point this year. Highest its been in about 7 years. Water is actually in the spillways (though not going through them).
  Topic: Matt is Moving
PageRob

Replies: 89
Views: 14753

PostForum: Off-Trail Area   Posted: 6/6/2009, 4:10 pm   Subject: Matt is Moving
Nice!
  Topic: Finding Everett Ruess/ mystery may be solved
PageRob

Replies: 14
Views: 4416

PostForum: Off-Trail Area   Posted: 5/27/2009, 9:30 pm   Subject: Finding Everett Ruess/ mystery may be solved
The family also didn't want to turn his death site into a shrine for vagabonds and wanderers.
  Topic: Amid the Giants
PageRob

Replies: 5
Views: 2844

PostForum: Out of State Hikes   Posted: 5/26/2009, 9:04 pm   Subject: Amid the Giants
Me gusta!
  Topic: Rain!
PageRob

Replies: 51
Views: 13361

PostForum: Wildfires & Other Natural Disasters   Posted: 5/26/2009, 6:45 am   Subject: Rain!
Glad to hear it, Suz!
  Topic: Keet Seel
PageRob

Replies: 105
Views: 24777

PostForum: Polls   Posted: 5/23/2009, 7:18 am   Subject: Keet Seel
http://www.anasaziinn.com/navajo_indian_reservation_cam.html
Tsegi Canyon from the highway. Looks like a decent flow...
  Topic: Keet Seel
PageRob

Replies: 105
Views: 24777

PostForum: Polls   Posted: 5/23/2009, 7:13 am   Subject: Keet Seel
Lots of freaking water.
No gauges for Tsegi Canyon, but Page, Tuba, and Kayenta all report 3+ inches of rain in the last 24 hours. My guess is that Tsegi is flowing pretty hard.
  Topic: UPDATE: Summer job possibility--I'm on pins and needles!!
PageRob

Replies: 21
Views: 4472

PostForum: Hiking, Backpacking & Camping   Posted: 5/23/2009, 6:53 am   Subject: UPDATE: Summer job possibility--I'm on pins and needles!!
Awesome! Congrats!
  Topic: Rain!
PageRob

Replies: 51
Views: 13361

PostForum: Wildfires & Other Natural Disasters   Posted: 5/23/2009, 6:49 am   Subject: Rain!
3.27 inches fell between 7pm Thusday and noon Friday. 4.78 is our average yearly total. Woke up last night with more rain falling. Supposed to continue today and tomorrow at least! Streets have been f ...
 
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