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Aug 11, 2004 - 1 minute read - Comments - cousins-trip family

Wall of water (link now broken)

The sudden release of water from Ralston Reservoir south of Auburn sent a “wall of water three to four-feet high” down the Middle Fork of the American River, said California Highway Patrol spokesman Tom Marshall.

That’s the river that we rafted down a couple weeks ago during our 5th Annual Cousins Trip. If it had happened during our trip, I still probably would’ve been the first one to fall in.

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Oregon's walls of water

Oregon has its share of huge walls of water. One was 40 feet high, in 1903, and there is a prehistorical record of a 2000 foot wall of water that carved out much of the geological formations now present in the Northwest!

Not trying to outdo you, just thought that was a pretty interesting tidbit.

Jade Rubick 2004-08-10 23:00:13

Wall of water

Cool! Don't worry about outdoing me. I'm sure that someday the rapids that we ran will be about 2000 feet high in my stories to my grandkids :-)

Vinod Kurup 2004-08-11 17:13:58

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