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Swampthing
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Post by Swampthing » Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:15 pm

I paddled the Plym from Shaugh bridge to Bickleigh bridge on friday and can confirm that the large tree which has for years blocked the river, has finally moved to the left bank leaving clear passage. It must have been huge water that moved it.
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Post by monkey ben » Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:19 am

Does the middle Plym run in low levels? ie. will it be paddleable today?

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Post by Swampthing » Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:41 pm

Its a bit too low today, it rises and falls fairly quickly. If about 15mm rain fell tonight it should be nuff 2mo. I like it when its low, its a technical pinball run and safer as most of the eddies dissapear when higher. Last friday we walked upstream from Shaughbridge to near the Dewerstone and ran that bit a few times too. Great sport.
Lost your job? Wife ran off with your best mate? Bailiffs coming for the Audi? Thinking of topping yourself? Dont call the Samaritans, come for a paddle.
3 cheers for rap music.........Hip hop.................

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