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    Much of the Boise River Greenbelt remains open, despite high water. But in some places, the river has spilled over, or even inundated, sections of the Valley's popular biking and hiking path, mostly in Garden City. Come along as we check it out. You get to stay dry. The cameraman, not so much.

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