Tales from the Cripps: Episode 16: Falling Down on the Jarbidge Bruneau

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As David Olson put it, when running the Jarbidge Bruneau section, a series of remote canyons in southern Idaho, “we always thought, … what would happen out here, if we had an incident…” Well, David and his two companions decided to put that question to the test when they missed a critical portage eddy and dropped into the largest rapid on the run completely blind.

Timeline
0:00               A misadventure on the 
Jarbidge Bruneau
1:55:44        Jon Hindman: bonus stories, joint replacements, and more

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