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Nevada County Captures: Kayaking after the storm

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View of the sunrise on Jan. 11 from Newtown Road.
Submitted by Tom Durkin
Seven month old Dakota’s first snow. He would not come in.
Submitted by Rick Partridge
Groups of kayakers were launching at the 49 Bridge in Nevada City, heading to Bridgeport, on Saturday, Jan. 8. They said after the storms, the rapids were “Category 5”.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Groups of kayakers were launching at the 49 Bridge in Nevada City, heading to Bridgeport, on Saturday, Jan. 8. They said after the storms, the rapids were “Category 5”.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Groups of kayakers were launching at the 49 Bridge in Nevada City, heading to Bridgeport, on Saturday, Jan. 8. They said after the storms, the rapids were “Category 5”.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Groups of kayakers were launching at the 49 Bridge in Nevada City, heading to Bridgeport, on Saturday, Jan. 8. They said after the storms, the rapids were “Category 5”.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Groups of kayakers were launching at the 49 Bridge in Nevada City, heading to Bridgeport, on Saturday, Jan. 8. They said after the storms, the rapids were “Category 5”.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd

 

Trucks waiting to work.
Submitted by Steve Hillis

 


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