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Old 08-20-2011   #11
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Who needs a boat? I say the best place for kids is floating in the water, a short distance from the raft. When you go through class III+ rapids you can let them hang onto the side. This is a much less costly option than purchasing equipment that the little guys will outgrow much too quickly.

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