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    Just heard on the news - Roosevelt Lake is now at the highest recorded level ever recorded! Just several inches below 'flood' stage (?). Getting ready to release more water through the dam. I know we've had some rain the last couple of days but didn't think that much. Hopefully these storm systems helps the folks out in northern Cal.

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    I was at the tonto basin in December and the lake was insight down the creek. Ya don't want to be living on the east side of Tonto basin now.

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    Here ya go:

    http://www.srpwater.com/dwr/report.asp?dt=2/9/2009

    93% for the total Salt and Verde system. That's alot of water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra1 View Post
    I was at the tonto basin in December and the lake was insight down the creek. Ya don't want to be living on the east side of Tonto basin now.
    I lived across the creek for a couple years. It's just a big party over there if you can't get across. you go the creek and paint your rock and start having a party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket98 View Post
    I lived across the creek for a couple years. It's just a big party over there if you can't get across. you go the creek and paint your rock and start having a party.

    Paint your rock? Is so they know where to do the food drop? Hey keep your eyes open for my center cap off my 2500. Lost in on that last road closest to the lake. I think it's 1/2 mile east of the creek.

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    It's all that global warming causing it to rain and snow and ice over according to Al Gore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra1 View Post
    Paint your rock? Is so they know where to do the food drop? Hey keep your eyes open for my center cap off my 2500. Lost in on that last road closest to the lake. I think it's 1/2 mile east of the creek.
    LOL We had a room full of canned food, beer, booze,and everything you needed. I got stuck once for three weeks. Always a good time. I worked on the dam for almost 2 years. Did they open the spillways today I'd like to see that

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