Gravity, water, inertia.
We chased the snow down the N. Fork of the American River.
The great granite rock of the Sierras.
It has been over 3 years since our brother Bruce Reed had total reconstructive shoulder surgery after an accident at work that could have been much worse. The past 2 years he continued to support ORT by driving shuttle. Bruce is compassionate, tough, and a beloved friend. He was finally able to get back on Canyon Creek-
Bruce (Ox) and Grizz drop Thrasher. Easter was the next day. A part of Bruce and ORT was also risen the day prior.
Heaven is here, now, and right where you are standing. That is the place to train. Ueshiba-
It is now that we are truly mindful and centered in the present time. We are constantly drawn back to this deep sense of inner peace.
Maverick earning his wings.
20 years ago Bruce overcame his fears. I hope someday you can all hear his full story. His example is another reason I work to improve myself everyday.
Joker enjoying a “very well earned” clean run on Champagne and Hammering Spot!
Canyon, Creek, Closure.
Bad, ass, brother Bruce!
The photos of Canyon Creek above were taken when the flow was about 280cfs. Below is a sweet little video Saggy put together with flows around 650cfs:
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