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Old 10-10-2016   #131
 
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They lost their boat, but they gained salvation. That's the main thing.


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Old 10-12-2016   #132
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The missing oar rig was spotted this morning from the air.

So, did you ever get the your boat back? I'm confused.
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So, did you ever get the your boat back? I'm confused.
I'd like to get an ending to this story too!
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Speculative ending based on clues in early chapters, highlight white text below if you like guesses:

~I bet the use of an aircraft proved fortuitous because the lost raft was discovered on land...
Perhaps the landowner who "owns both sides of the river, and that rock in the middle"? Seems like the kind of person who would view the raft as finders keepers since it was trespassing on his rock. ~

I'm looking forward to finding out!
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Old 10-14-2016   #135
 
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Nah.

Not possible. The people you are referring to are Christians. They follow the teachings of Christ and wouldn't do something he wouldn't do.




As for your super sneaky stealth white text trick-----mind blown.

How many other white text messages are embedded in this thread? There could be hundreds, telling the real story, or at least adding clues for us sleuths to ruminate on.

I'm going to highlight the whole thread, post by post. Then, for good measure, the whole rest of the forum. Just not sure if I should start at the beginning and work forward, or start now and work backward. Or start with Chunderboy. Or start with 'Bout Lost My Life.

Man, there goes work for the rest of the day.

John is dead!
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Old 10-14-2016   #136
 
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As for your super sneaky stealth white text trick-----mind blown.

How many other white text messages are embedded in this thread? There could be hundreds, telling the real story, or at least adding clues for us sleuths to ruminate on.

I'm going to highlight the whole thread, post by post. Then, for good measure, the whole rest of the forum. Just not sure if I should start at the beginning and work forward, or start now and work backward. Or start with Chunderboy. Or start with 'Bout Lost My Life.

Man, there goes work for the rest of the day.

John is dead!
Or you could just come to the dark side and see his and all others from the beginning! Scroll allll the way to the bottom and look on the left.
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Part 8

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How in the Name of God did the Caretakers manage to secure one of the two blue river bags left on the rock when we escaped that night? There was very little distance to travel by foot downstream on the right bank as the terrain turned immediately steep with brush and scree. Any of the items left on that rock that might have been washed or blown off would have been immediately and swiftly swept downstream, ---likely, far downstream. I guess anything is possible.
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