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 n.— «Tough whitewater is nothing new to Scott, who’s made fast moves forward in the sport she’s come to love. She helped found Ebb and Flow Productions and talks fondly of past trips to Chile, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Argentina and California, where “creeking,” as she called it, has become increasingly popular.» —“Ghost rivers” by Martin J. Kidston Independent Record (Helena, Montana) Oct. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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