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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Buck it!

This is what happens when experienced paddlers assist a kayaker who unexpectedly went for a dip.

Get the paddler to shore. Stabilize and then right the boat. And then pump the water out of said boat.

But when the experienced paddler abandons the novice paddlers, then they lose their car keys and cell phones.

Buck the fu>k up.



Aggie95 said...

Hey Mark .... a snap together boat thats pretty cool.... ya out to make a vid of you putting it together small does it get and do they have single boats that break as well

Mark Cour said...

You can see a section of it lying on the boat launch in Harding...behind my grandson.

And I think you can see it on the left side of the Nesbitt launch pic...broken into two sections.

I guess it can be reduced to being a one man boat. No, normal kayaks are one solid piece. Although, they do sell inflatable kayaks.