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Old 11-25-2008   #1
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paul gamache 108'

looks like paul gamache set a new freefall world record for kayaking....buck oh eight! in the words of freddy gnarquist, that is a stout drop, way sick!!

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Details?

Any details on the web yet? Would love to see some pics. Great to hear people are out killin in our offseason. Looks like Fred is having a great time in Chile under the wing of the Demshiz crew. I would completely surpass ski season to be able to run the shit in CO right now.
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108 Feet with Paul Gamache

Paul tells all.....

108 Feet with Paul Gamache
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108 ft is a great feat, but Al Faussett is still the king. He ran 186 ft Silver Falls and 212 ft Shoshone.
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In a kayak?? 212 ft.?????? Lets see pics and vid. then. You just CAN'T drop something even CLOSE to that big without documenting. When??
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Ok, so it wasn't really a kayak. But It looked very much like a kayak. It was a canvas kayak shaped boat that was totaly enclosed. He had the inside stuffed with innertubes. Check out his story at:

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Haha.......that's awesome! A true huckin' pioneer
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