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Old 12-15-2017   #1
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Sex on a raft

We all know that getting freaky is probably more traditional on shore
But what about on a raft? Is a Cat better than a selfbailer than a bucket boat?
Would chaffing be an issue? Do I need to worry about tube pressure or needing to rig differently to avoid pinching? Is there a better way to do this to conserve ice? Should we be concerned about self rescue? How long should my Oars be and should I use oar rights, pins and clips, and adjust my tower angle? Seems like I should use a Bimini but not using one feels so much more natural. There are also the questions of getting mechanical to speed things up if we get into flatwater? Should I go electric, gas, propane powered?

Iím guessing such a thread will likely bring up more questions than answers but itís probably best for the community to bring these sort of questions up. Now we just need a river Dr. Ruth.

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No toys with over two D batteries for safeties sake. Wear your safety gear at all times and do not rely on pulling out on time to avoid a spill over. Remember what happens on the river stays on the river
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You forgot foot entrapment.
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Don't forget sunscreen
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Custom Hammock frame attachments!

Custom Hammock frame attachments! Pin on and off. We have built several. Will try to get a review.
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90% of accidents happen on the shore. Do the math on that one.
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Oh boy, this is going to be a fun thread
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Seeing as rafts are rubber the only protection you need is a PFD.
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