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Re: Tulpehocken Creek 1-18-09

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Don't sweat it jay...the nice thing about snow melt is no matter how fast it actually melts, it gradual. (unless you are talking about 2 weeks after the 20 ft mountain snow pack lets loose, but we're not talking the here. ) It could be up but it will be clear...maybe a slight green tint. Its been low so the melt might make it just right.

Posted on: 2009/2/6 16:53


Re: Tulpehocken Creek 1-18-09

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tomgamber wrote:
Don't sweat it jay...the nice thing about snow melt is no matter how fast it actually melts, it gradual. (unless you are talking about 2 weeks after the 20 ft mountain snow pack lets loose, but we're not talking the here. ) It could be up but it will be clear...maybe a slight green tint. Its been low so the melt might make it just right.


I expect 'er to be high and green... I love saying that.

I am concerned about the temp drop, though, but spring has a way of handling that.

Posted on: 2009/2/6 16:55



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