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Wild Wenatchee Rafting and a Sendoff at Stein

With the JBLM MWR rafting season coming to a close my yearly month of living in Leavenworth is coming to an end. The final show of this stay was another stop at Stein, which has been a great place to play! Better weather this week brought more people out of the woodwork, and we had full tables all night!

This may was unseasonably warm in the pacific northwest, and two weeks straight of 80 degree weather in May melted most of the Cascade snowpack. Unfortunately that leaves the rivers running at near record low levels for this time of year. Low water doesn't necessarily mean low fun, though, and we treated our guests to one last hurrah on the Wenatchee river before it gets too low to raft in the coming weeks.

Up next is a packed weekend with shows in Spokane, Moses Lake, and back home to Olympia!

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