Justin Cullars on Thunderhead Prong
I'll spare the reader any babbling this round and just share some random shots from this winter season, which was full of rain and warm temps; a perfect combination for running wild in Tennessee.
Smokin Steve on Holly Creek dawn patrol
It's short but sweet
The crux of the run
Rare shot of author
Clear Creek from Lilly Bluff
Clear Creek Canyon spectacular
Bust Yer Butt Falls on the Horsepasture - unknown perp
My guess is around 30 mph.
Jim Janney on the first good rapid below Rainbow Falls
Sean Camp popping his Jocassee cherry
Cleared the hole
Answering the siren call from Windy Falls
700 feet of Oblivion
Looking upstream from Windy Falls
Turns out my brief stint driving a yellow hatchback would not stifle paddling opportunities
Steve Kra"juice"ky on Doublecamp Creek
Some good drops in there
Jim Janney showing us why we don't run blind corners in North Carolina
The rare specimen c-packosaurus
Nice boof on the Cullasaja
The calm between the storms at Nemesis. Jim and Caleb sent this beast blue angel style. I would have gotten a picture, but thought hanging with a rope at the bottom was the call. Running the Cullasaja top to bottom is true adventure, providing more than a few tempting moments to go fringe.
That's all folks.