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Old 09-21-2016   #41
 
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I don't recall a response to my earlier inquiry.

Is it now somewhat common to do 'riding the bull' as shown in the 2nd video?

In the instance shown the guy was hanging on with both hands from the same point but was thrown out. Feet over the front.

I noticed a commercial trip on the snake doing the same this summer.

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Old 09-21-2016   #42
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Hey, no worries brother.
You deffinately see plenty of folks do dumb stuff in paddle boats sometimes, just as long as you're braced in properly, working as a team, and all that, your good to go,( and of course, if your not, then, your not!)
Enjoy your evening as well!
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Riding the bull is still pretty acceptable. We used to tombstone custies... where all seven people pile into the very back of the boat at the top of a big drop. The result is a rearward flip and usually a deep swim for the guide and whoever is next to them. When we started to combine the bull ride with a tombstone, resulting in 10-20 ft catapults, the insurance company stepped in...and the fun quickly ceased.
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Them bitches just furgot they was on the Beast of the East! Ya gotta give respect to the dark lord to pass through them gates. Hail Satan bitches!
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I actually did watch the second video, and was merely referring to your previous post, since you said you don't know much about Paddle guiding.

A Good paddle crew can run anything an oar rig can, provided they are actually competent ( a crappy crew will be a shit show, same as a crappy oarsman). Not a proponent to paddle guiding hear, though I ran paddle trips for 9 years, including Royal Gorge mostly for the last of them, I prefer to row.
Just posting accurate Beta on that subject, since it is something I've done a lot of.

Peace dude.
There's no such thing as a "good paddle crew" when commercial rafting. That's why we all run stern frames out here when running class 5. The Gauley is theme park guided by a bunch of carnies. I would expect nothing less then a mess. Opies vid is the standard for Gauley boating. You want to see no bullshit boating, watch any cherry creek vid. All p.a. frames.
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but Jesus will save them! from their website:


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The Noah's team is committed to understanding and meeting the needs of people in ministry. This is what sets us a part. Our guides are prepared and excited to contribute to the content portion of your trip. Whether it's through Bible studies, worship, or intentional and topical discussions, we're ready to partner with you in leading your group through a faith-based adventure experience.
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but Jesus will save them! from their website:
WWJD?
Oars or paddle?
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WWJD?
Oars or paddle?
He would walk...
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^^^^^^^^^

Thanks Phil U!
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He would walk...
Do I make a good straight man or what?

Is the oars vs. paddling discussion just another free will vs. Allah willing?

Those in control - a framed self bailer with Captains Chair ...........
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