If you weren’t able to make it to Bailey last weekend you really missed out. This ended up being an awesome event with great flows and a great turnout. Thanks to Ian from Denver (I never got your last name, sorry), and thanks to all the other organizers who I wasn’t fortunate enough to meet. Ian did a tremendous job getting the event organized and working with AW to make this recreational release a huge success and an event I’m sure will continue on into the future. I heard a rough estimate of 115 paddlers were able to make their ways through Bailey and Foxton Canyons. I unfortunately took a little too long to enjoy much of the free food and beer that was provided at the takeout, resort to chip and salsa dinner, but I imagine the burgers and brew were delectable. I hope we can all rally next year and continue to grow this awesome late season event, cheers!

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