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is to get information out as easily as possible
Also you will get full credit with your name on
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We are needing a team of gauge
checkers to help give us accurate readings for
the flowpage. It's close but we want perfect.
Please check the Forum Section
Free Guidebook & App
Who wants a Free Android app with a flowpage and Google Earth maps
Note: I printed my own book for free and had it bound for $3.50. I have had
print shops price ,printing the book entirely for $28. If you only have the
Appendix printed in color and the rest of the book printed in Black and
White it gets even cheaper.
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can buy a CD that will go to three great organizations.
*** Note: the WaldensRidgeWhiteWater.com
site has over 2800 hrs in it, the Watershed Maps by Steve
Zerefos are 2200 hrs of work , the GIS work of Randy Hale is over 750 hrs of
The guidebook took an additional 120+ hrs to make and over $ 400 dollars in
personal resources, the guidebook is a free download and to share with your
friends and the CD is less than $ 15 and goes to charity
But this book is for personal use only tho' and CANNOT be used for any other
means, website, reproduction or publication. W.R.W.W. retains all rights, if
you would like to use if this information you must contact us thru the
W.R.W.W site first. Any author, photographer of the book or site is NOT
responsible for any consequence the occurs from the use of this publication
or source from the site.
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Here is a
video of when the book was in Beta and has been tweaked and improved.
it for free and all in color and had it bound for less/around $ 3.50
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
are some reviews:
Mike 'Louie" Lewis
you bring your Esquif to Tennessee, get one of these 570 pages books and btw
it is free. Or you can buy one for a donation and all the money goes to
river conservation and not one penny to anyone else. This things is so
detailed if there is some funky, confusing fork in the put road he will have
a picture of it with an arrow and description on how to go. Eat your heart
out Money Smith and others Tennessee's best guide book is here.
...and it only cost 7 bucks to get the book bound with frosted poly covers
I saw Louie's copy of your guidebook, Nice work, I especially
like the pictures of which road to take. Good Job, I'll be getting mine
WRWW is thinking outside of the box and keeping up with the
curve by Open Sourcing the Guide Book and allowing you to burn it. You can
make your own hard copy. Way to go Cumnock, you're on the right track.
my guide book put together and its awesome great job!!
This is a great guide book. I did the free down load and
bought the CD. I plan on getting it printed. Like to have a hard copy, when
driving around looking for something new to paddle. Or maybe I'll just buy a
Just downloaded the waldens ridge guidebook. Wanted to say
thanks for the guys who run this website and make it happen. It take the
guessing out of alot of things.Thanks
alot for the book. It sure does make does make life alot easier.
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: