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punkadoo

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We just got off the lake on 6/3 and had stayed in Slickrock Canyon all week. Folks it is all changing out there! The water level came up 6 + feet this week. What we see now or in the last 5 or so years is changing. We were tightening our anchor lines 3 times a day. It will be like an easter egg hunt for camp spots this year. Kind of sad to see our old favorite spots being covered up. Good thing we have the memories. Soon enough water will drop then we go through the muddy mess of the shore line. It looked to be as if most new camping will be on sandstone. The weather was great, couldn't ask for better and the canyon was quiet not many visitors. We were in the very back about as far as you can go and the water stayed clear enough to swim in. We watched a private parade of critters every night of ducks, fish, and a jolly happy beaver. The beaver was so big he would get about 30feet from us and get out of the water and groom himself. I had never seen that before, it was kind of cool. And a mother duck was packing her newly hatched ducks around on her back. It was great to see all of this. We had a nice small breeze every night that made for good sleeping. The water was brisk but refreshing. Someone came in and caught a bass and a pike? or something like that. The fished jumped all the time day and night.
 
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