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If you wanted to know what
some of the runs look like and you don't mind
sitting on the couch these videos can help you
get a fix and also give you an idea of what's
going on with some of the runs. Wanna know more?
Just click on the pictures, they are linked so
you don't have to type :)
These are in print ....
video features the North Chick and Cain
Creek. Milt's video shows details of these runs
as a guidebook ,you can now get this in a box
video features McGill Creek, Cooper Creek and
Deep Creek and
features Jim Little for all you open boaters out
This is the only tape where
you'll find footage of Possum Creek, Brush
Creek, Richland Creek, Roaring Creek and Morgan
Creek. It's Old School and the video is grainy.
But this underground video that went public is
still the only one with most of these runs.
OUT OF PRINT :
and a Few Falls" by Mike "Louie" Lewis
Okay you have to be asking yourself why do
we have the Bluegrass Festival posted here for "One
Winter and a Few Falls". Well Mike videos
were cutting edge Old School videos that blazed
the trail. The BlueGrass Video Festival is
sponsored by the BWA. For a donation they will
burn you a DVD of his series of videos. Hard to
beat for a good cause.
Local Hero by Steep
Email Ben at
steepcreeks he may still have some left
over...The video rocks...wait to you see
the :"Knocked-Out" footage from Morgan Creek.
Wayne Gentry's videos
video featured Falling Water Creek, Henderson
and Morgan Creek
.You can either find it on Ebay
or look on the top shelf of your Dad's closet ,
there might be a copy of it there :)
paddling is VERY Dangerous, and you should get
instruction before ever attempting even to paddle
flatwater. One of contributors to this web site
has personally helped bury 3 kayaking friends, this
isn't a joke. Whitewater paddling can ruin your
life through accidents and can effect your family
and friends throughout a lifetime.
information on this page is incomplete,
inaccurate, and very unreliable. Use
with caution. Whitewater paddling is a
dangerous sport and the information here is not a
substitute for actual knowledge and skill.
The authors are not liable for your actions. Go
ahead and kill yourself if you want to, but don't
blame others for you actions and decisions that you
will make on and off the river.
are dying on the ridge due to the woolly adelgid
infestation. You can find out more at the Save
Our Hemlocks website: