Cause I highly suspect that it's not.
When you mystery move, you submerge out of site and reappear downstream. When done on an eddyline, you are more in control on how long you stay under. When done in large holes on the river, there is no telling where you will re-appear. I have run Pine Creek in my 28 gal squirt boat and I ran straight into the dreaded moon-pie hole. No fear, instead of being stuck, I was just sucked down where the underflow just sent me downstream. I rocket moved back to the surface some 40+ feet below the hole.I have no idea what that means, but from your profile pic, I guess it makes sense...
Doode, I'd be careful, if I were you, about entering into a profile pic comp.I have no idea what that means, but from your profile pic, I guess it makes sense...
I think you totally missed the point. Sure, the video is a composite of multiple dives, but forget that. Other than actually making it all the way to the bottom, the diver could have done what was shown in one dive, as he can hold his breath for longer than the duration of the video. It was only capturing the video from multiple shots that required making multiple dives. It isn't supposed to be an example of holding your breath, it about the experience of holding your breath. I don't know about you, but the video definitely made me feel like holding my breath could be an incredibly magical experience.Yeah thats a cool video but not a good example of holding your breath!
http://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/f11/rincon-rendezvous-2010-august-6-8-a-32058.htmlSo with all this talk is there going to be a Rincon Rendezvous this year? I have missed it every year because I had to work but now that I am not a raft guide any more I want to go and give this squirt thing a try.
Buena Vista Social Club.Len,
Good music on the video. Who is it?