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water is great for swimming!

From: user 1.
Sent on: Sunday, October 30, 2011 11:09 PM
I was swimming for about an hour and could have stayed hours longer in the water if I had company! It is cold to the touch of the hand but once in it was wonderful. For now my work is my house. My current project is digging up next to my driveway to widen it since there is no safe parking on the street. Once I finish that, I may take you up on your offer to help haul away my scrap wood but first I'll use my scrap wood to frame where I'm pouring the cement.

How knowledgeable are you about gas heaters? When PG&E lit it (before I bought the house), they told me it went out after 10min. I've had my next door neighbor (who is a contractor) come and look at it and he lights the pilot and says there is no problem but the piolet goes out within a couple days with no one touching it. It's not a big problem yet as long as we still have this nice swimming weather:) happy but do need to do something eventually about it. Suggestions? I had thought it was a wood stove when I first looked at it. I love the smell of woodstoves and sure would love to have one in there but don't know if I can have both?

So are you the rolling expert now?

As for your hike, sounds funner to arrive by boat..but I don't have one.  I was so wanting my sailfish today or to go water skiing..
Talk to you later,

From: "John W, Ret" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Sunday, October 30,[masked]:55:48 AM
Subject: [norcaladventurers] Massacre Flat Camp via hike from Perry's Riffle Nov 12th.

Please consider being the event host for this event.  I will be participating but I will arrive by boat rather than foot.
I'll will get you a map from BLM and a verbal description of the route.  It's fairly flat with great views.
I have the event page created.  Edits are welcome.
Maybe you don't want to play in the boils, waves, and whirlpools but you can still
participate.  You can hike in to Massacre Flat and camp overnight on the Sacramento River.

I worked on the Yana Trail's new route last winter.  You can have amazing views of Lassen
and Shasta as you hike along the basalt rimmed canyon.  You can go off-trail and search
for pieces of the flume that once connected Viola to Red Bluff.  You can use Massacre
Flat as a base to explore up to Jelly's Ferry.

You can bring some lonely, hungry kayakers some cold beer, chili, and cake.  Or come up
with your own menu - as long as it includes beer.

Massacre Flat has plenty of room.  It has a very nice outhouse.  No tables or bearboxes. 
The name has a certain ring to it.  Great place to spend an evening.

You can wave us Good Bye as we head off to the boils and whirlpools of China Rapid on
Sunday morning.

Any takers?

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