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Old 05-17-2016   #1
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Lost two red 8.5' oars, Piedra below Eye.

Pictures and story to be posted later, but no injuries and only loss of 12' Baby-Cat flip in Eye of the Needle was two 8.5 foot shaft red Carlisle oars with yellow blades. Probably marked, but old and likely faded. Expensive lesson to remind me to use oar tethers. 5/14/16.
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