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Nose Wheelie: Glory Hole
A very active glory hole pic by Eric. The Monticello Dam , which holds back Lake Berryessa , features a morning glory spillway. This type of spillway is basically a giant cement funnel. Rather than spilling over the dam, high waters spill into the funnel. Morning glory spillways are also known as bell-mouth spillways.
It came to me in my dreams. Occasionally, in my nightmares. I could feel the soft whoosh of cool, moist air passing over my body, the soft rumble of urethane passing over aged concrete jangled my nerves. Their faded whoops and catcalls seemed to echo from its dark depths, calling like sirens, drawing me toward it. I'd spent a lifetime looking for it, and the time had come.
With the recent rains in California and flooding, the drain in Lake Berryessa can be seen in use when the lake reaches above feet above sea level. On the other side of the drain is a large full pipe that adventurous action sports athletes attempt to ride when it is dry. The Glory Hole is a 30 foot diameter spillway pipe approximately feet in length that comes down off Lake Berryessa, near Winters, Calif. It's a massive, perfectly transitioned, ridable full-pipe, that is sought after by just as many, as the infamous Mt.