Hey medman. I appreciate your intentions, however, I dont feel like its really about moving on, but rather, working through. I will not repress or forget this (the Ryan rescue) for quite some time and I am glad. The experience has changed me, for the better and we are all dealing the best way we know how. By the way, take 2 vikadin for trying to be my counselor.
If I hadnt been involved with the rescue I would not have run safety at Super C the other day and homeboy would have had a gnarly barefoot swim (I offered him shoes, but people make their own choices).
Bam, already I am more safety conscious and ready to assist people at a higher level.
Caspian, I appreciate your concern for novice boaters but I think you framed your response to me in bad form. You made it sound like "well you guys may have gotten lucky but don't throw me a flippin rope dumbass".
A-ron, if you drop in to Super C (hole) right now you will not come out in your boat.
All I was trying to do with this postwas say "hey you might want to get someone on shore with a rope when you run Super C", I think novice boaters are smarter than to generalize about every situation from my single post. We were all there at one point right?
JJ lets go boating give me a call.
By the way A-ron, I have never felt higher in stature, having just helped save someones life.