Good to know- Thanks for the heads up! I'm in the throes of figuring out the frame additions now.Also: REALLY watch carefully for sand bars and be ready to kill the engine in a hurry. You can chew up a prop pretty quick even on soft sand, and an uneven prop will vibrate and start to tear up the drive shaft bearings. Probably worth carrying a second prop and some tools with you along with the required fire extinguisher...
We paid Coyote Shuttle to do it. No issues with break ins, but I was definitely careful not to leave anything super valuable in the car.BTW did you shuttle or pay? are their any break inn issues with leaving a car for a week?
I was puzzled by that too- I had 3 oars, and he asked about 'alternative means of propulsion', but seemed to be very interested in the motor spares. Seems like a spare oar per boat is all that's really required?I'm a little unclear why the ranger would really care about spare parts and spare prop? No motor is required and if it does not work simply row out.
Am I missing something?