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CLAPS FAQs and STATUS

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When I passed over Armand Bayou last week on Bay Area Blvd, It looked like there was enough clear water to paddle upstream of the bridge a ways.  Of course, the waterway could have been completely choked just around the corner.

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If you could make a "fried water hyacinth on a stick" recipe worth anything you could make a killing at the Rodeo with an endless, free supply of it.

ROFL!

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N CLAPS is open and open in a big way.  Highly recommend you come paddle this beautiful section before the evil water hyacinth takes over again.  1 - 18 (all but Big Island Slough) have been maintained and are in great shape, most with new logs, etc.

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N CLAPS is open and open in a big way.  Highly recommend you come paddle this beautiful section before the evil water hyacinth takes over again.  1 - 18 (all but Big Island Slough) have been maintained and are in great shape, most with new logs, etc.

 

Someone needs to toss a couple of manatees in there.......

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N CLAPS is open and open in a big way.  Highly recommend you come paddle this beautiful section before the evil water hyacinth takes over again.  1 - 18 (all but Big Island Slough) have been maintained and are in great shape, most with new logs, etc.

 

Someone needs to toss a couple of manatees in there.......

 

 

That would be very, very cool.  And God knows, they'd have enough to eat.  But for them hyacinth is probably like lima beans and only 1 out of 1000 likes it.

 

But can you imagine paddling with manatees?  That would rock.

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N CLAPS is open and open in a big way.  Highly recommend you come paddle this beautiful section before the evil water hyacinth takes over again.  1 - 18 (all but Big Island Slough) have been maintained and are in great shape, most with new logs, etc.

 

Someone needs to toss a couple of manatees in there.......

 

 

That would be very, very cool.  And God knows, they'd have enough to eat.  But for them hyacinth is probably like lima beans and only 1 out of 1000 likes it.

 

But can you imagine paddling with manatees?  That would rock.

 

Hey, lima beans are great!

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For those of us who were busy shuttling a five-year-old to a rescheduled soccer game, I hope to paddle the same section this month before it all becomes overgrown again. Appreciate the maintenence!

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Ok, so Catspa and scooterino are out paddling some of the CLAPS right now.  Got a call. In Horspen, there are big swatches of living, green hyacinth up in trees 8 - 15' high from the floods.  Many branches low are broken from current and other debris pushing on them. Some whole trees down.  I'm sure North and Horspen need a revamp from all that rain.  They said the lake fared much better, which makes sense.

Sorry they had a bunch of DNFs but all was well before the floods.  Sounds like a maintenance run soon.

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Status:  ALL South CLAPS caches are in working order.  At today's event, we were able to get to all of them.  Not saying it was easy.  But they were all gettable.

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