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Devils Cove Rapid1234 viewsTwo notches through a soft gravel ridge make Devils Cove Rapid. Scout this one out on the right side of the river right chute.
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End of current by Sandy Point935 viewsThe river is depositing sediment just above Sandy Point
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End of current in Gregg Basin883 viewsThe silt drops out of the current here in Gregg Basin
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Gregg Basin Riffle931 viewsThis is the last rapid of any substance before the river meets the reservoir
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New_Pearce_Ferry_Ramp_above_Pearce_Ferry_Rapid_Oct_17,_2010916 viewsView looking upriver at Pearce Ferry Rapid and Ramp beyond
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Pearce Ferry Ramp on the left and Pearce Ferry Rapid on the right1061 views
Pearce_Ferry_Rapid_from_the_north_looking_south_Oct_17,_2010.jpg
Pearce Ferry Rapid from the north looking south1021 views
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Sediment building non-stop into Mead just above Sandy Point1026 viewsThis will be an interesting Cove as it fills full of sediment. How will the river twist out of this area?
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Pearce Ferry Rapid from 9,000 feet ASL1020 viewsShot with a telephoto looking straight down
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The River Always Wins1219 viewsLest we forget that there are forces at work much bigger than us mere mortals...
   
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