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Old 07-17-2009   #21
thornton, Colorado
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Originally Posted by widespread View Post
On class 4 and - is it a bad idea to have a paddle leash? I mean 400 bucks seams like something you want attached to you as long as it doesn't get hung up. So is it a bad desicion safety wise to have one?
That just might work, but I would go one step futher and tie my shoe strings together than attach a fishing bobber to the top of my helmet.

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