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    Default River trip, Sunday 24th Sept

    Anybody???

    We only have 2 takers at this stage, river (?) open to suggestions.
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    oops, should have pointed out this is for a Scottish river!
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    Default Sunday trip

    Hi Tenboats,
    Definately up for a trip this Sunday. Checked out the Clyde at Crossford at lunchtime (Friday) and it is quite high at the moment but it will certainly be down a bit by Sunday if there's no more rain. I'm a new member to this group and happy to 'go with the flow' if you fancy paddeling anywhere else.
    Dougie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougie View Post
    Hi Tenboats,
    Definately up for a trip this Sunday. Checked out the Clyde at Crossford at lunchtime (Friday) and it is quite high at the moment but it will certainly be down a bit by Sunday if there's no more rain. I'm a new member to this group and happy to 'go with the flow' if you fancy paddeling anywhere else.
    Dougie
    Did you notice what the gauge was reading at the bridge? The SCA river levels are showing HUGE / SPATE, so it would need to drop some!
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    Default Clyde level.

    Hi Tenboats,
    The guage at Crossford bridge was reading 1.75 at lunchtime Friday. The river has been on the low side for a number of weeks now and will rise quite quickly after even a relatively short but heavy spell of rain but it will probably drop just as quickly. I'll take a look at the level again during Saturday and let you know.
    Dougie.

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    Default Clyde level.

    Hi tenboats,
    Checked the level at Crossford at 1pm and its a fraction above one on the gauge. Nice level but should drop even more by Sunday.
    Dougie.

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    PM sent with suggestion meet at the take out at Crossford 10.30 if there are anymore takers. Note, details only a suggestion at this stage, waiting to hear back from Dougie.
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    Default Sunday Clyde trip.

    10.30am at the take out at Crossford sounds good to me. See you there.
    Dougie

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