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-Gday Everyone 
  
-Just a quick update ​from a few laps we have done on the Elbow the past few days.  It is at a super fun levelwhere the undercut is filled in on 'The Notch' ​and there is enough water to edge and boof nicely ​on the right side of the waterfall.+As BC and Alberta emerge ​from an incredibly mild winter it is hard not to think about paddling right now.  The local crew around Calgary ​have been hitting up the Kananaskis with regularity, and I know many people out on the coast have been enjoying great water levels s far east as the Chilliwack.
  
-Certainly not super pushy or '​sporty'​ at this pointbut well worth the drive for an after (or before) work paddle.  ​A couple ​of images below to give you a visual of the level as of June 10th, 2015.+I just wanted to touch basesay gday, and encourage people to stay involved with the site.  ​Add river descriptions,​ or simply make note when you see hazards that might be of use to people in your local paddling runs.
  
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