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Old 07-17-2012   #11
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post number 3 and 9 are right on.

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Old 07-17-2012   #12
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9:1 is not the way to go. I've seen a pulley rip apart and zing back and hit someone in my swr class on a standard 3:1 z drag but we were using 6 people to pull. Breaking a rope is nothing compared to having to surgically remove a piece metal from your chest.

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Old 07-19-2012   #13
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Hahahahaha. Sorry about your boat Brian. Ran it yesterday and boofed the shiiiiaaat out of your boat. Didn't see anything in lost and found so I posted in there should have checked first here. Don't think you are getting it til lower levels. As I was contemplating whether or no it was dagger or ll I thought no one ever swims out of a ll. sounds like I missed a interesting trip sat. I safetied for a raft and there where two complete dumps one flip and two individual swims. It was sweet.
P.s no one swims out of orange boats either only blue ones
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Old 07-19-2012   #14
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I have an orange boat an swim more than anyone I know.

You coming to Bailey Fest Kevin?
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Old 07-19-2012   #15
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Jacobi, 4 out of 5 boofers agree that the orange LL boofs significantly harder than blue nomads. Brian doesn't want to jump in my Y (which is also orange) so do you want to run bailey/gore this weekend? We can bring a latvian and see whose jefe boofs bigger.
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Old 07-19-2012   #16
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Kevin - I think I am just so distraught that I haven't seen my real dad all summer that I can't focus on kayaking. Swimming is just my way of acting out.

Paul, don't worry, once I attach a backband to that Y I am going to crosslink old school boof the shit out of your jefe.

I agree the boat is done, but there is no real way to get to the boat so cutting a hole is not really an option. Also, it was an old boat that was getting worn thin already so I am sure this experience has already put a few holes in it. Basically, I am not worried about saving the boat I just want to get it out.
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Old 07-19-2012   #17
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Have to hang out with dying grandma this weekend. I will be in the fort though if you all are around. Ian I will try to make it to bailey fest if I am free. Meaning I have no idea what is happening with rivers this year.
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Old 07-20-2012   #18
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I looked for the wood and the boat yesterday. I could not find them?
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Put a hole in it, river pressure will do the rest if it already was f*ckd than the river probably already did the trick.

Having a knife that can punch a hole in a kayak is crucial for blowin up a kayak so you can save your buddy, water is powerful us it
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Good Point Mike! every once in a while you say something fairly intelligent...keep up the good work

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