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Old 05-13-2013   #31
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Kalispell, Montana
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I'll PM you my wife's number. Let's see if we can convince the other's better half.

(My wifey doesn't love big water. If I pull a GC permit when the kids are older, I'll consider it a victory if she simply agrees to join us!)

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Old 05-13-2013   #32
Crested Butte, Colorado
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If you want to bring your own boat and its big enough to carry its share of group gear thus eliminating a rental boat than you should pay less. If it only carries a medium sized cooler full of cocktail ice and a couple rocket boxes (like mine) than you pay the same. To me it's worth it to row MY boat.

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Old 05-13-2013   #33
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Tucson, Arizona
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This is the Grand, right?
You can't figure this out, wait till it's time to set up the Groover.

You bring a boat, you don't pay rental on a boat.
You ride in a boat, you pay part of the rental cost. No matter what you ride in. Cause chances are, you'll end up in all of them at one point or another.

Sumpin gets busted, that's on whoever broke it. Or owned it.

Kayakers pay double. Cause, you know, they'll drink all the beer, refuse to have anything to do with camp chores, bitch the most and eat all the food.

The one everyone likes least does groover duty.

Have a good trip!
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Old 05-13-2013   #34
prescott, Arizona
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i agree with you. you are such a wise, old sage.

just one question. how do you add those smiley face things.
i try to lighten and joke a bit but without those sometimes it doesn't come across.

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Old 05-13-2013   #35
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If you click the Go Advanced button on the Quick Reply it will take you to another page that you can reply from. On the right side of that screen are a number of smiley faces.


Hope that helps!
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Old 05-13-2013   #37
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Funny, I'm always psyched to do groover...takes 5 min and then I don't have to help cook. But then again I am a lazy kayaker.

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