Monthly Archives: July 2013

I’m Back

I got my white water fix on sat. I got to play with a sweet little ten foot Yak, Modded just right, with twin skegs that stretched out for the last third of the boat. She tracked like a dream … Continue reading

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Zimmerman Case Win A Loss For Us All

This article brings to light a damnable deciding factor in this case. Jury instructions. NOW, You like CSI, I like CSI…Forensics doesn’t bare out Zimmermans story. Nope, Total science fiction. My second wife gave me worse wounds when I … Continue reading

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Florida to Anounce Open Season

This Is a Piece of politically charged satire. It is intended to provoke thought in the light of a bad situation. In the light of the Zimmerman trial, Florida is set to announce open season on disadvantaged races of all … Continue reading

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Happy Bastille Day

Shortly after the storming of the Bastille, on 4 August feudalism was abolished and on 26 August, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen was proclaimed. Over 50 U.S. cities conduct annual celebrations: Baltimore has a … Continue reading

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Unintentionally Saving Lives

I mentioned to a neighbor that I needed to go shopping for a new PFD, same guy who uses the equipment I was so down on. He tells me that the kid won’t ride in the boats with him anymore … Continue reading

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Boat and Water Safety

I was kind of freaked that I made one post about water safety and rescue, and have to follow it with a news story about a missing rafter who drowned. That had me checking my personal gear and I found … Continue reading

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Yough River News

Search For Missing Ohiopyle Rafter Set To Resume OHIOPYLE (KDKA) – The search for a missing rafter at Ohiopyle State Park is set to resume Sunday morning. According to officials, 22-year-old Rob Vega from Lancaster, went missing on Saturday while … Continue reading

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White Water Safety and Rescue

This is important as it illustrate self rescue techniques. This is how the state does it. I’m wondering how many boats they turned back that tried to help? It used to be the local fire chief would get … Continue reading

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The Mother of Invention

I didn’t get out on the river for the forth. Oh well, just a statement and not crying. That is about to change. One of the things that made this country great was innovation. I ain’t got XYZ, so how … Continue reading

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