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Old 10-01-2015   #11
alta, Utah
Join Date: May 2004
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OT ramble. Not ankles......but have twice broken bones in my foot as a result of a necessary seal entry into a pool of insufficient depth. The nose of my old perception corsica and dagger gradient looked like an accordion but, popped back into shape after sitting in the hot sun for an hour. Meanwhile, I hobbled around for a few weeks and learned to check the depth before committing to a seal entry. Remember Ram Caps? Do they even sell them anymore? Had one of those modified to fit on my old Class VI fiberglass boat.

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