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Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
I'm really starting to feel the effects of bouncing off those rocks during my unintentional swim down the rapids.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
We tipped a canoe and both went in the water while running the rapids. It's a wild ride down a raging river when you're trying to get that damn thing to shore. :D
 

ed taylor

Super Ed
Super Moderator
Good job you didn't get your camera wet. But then I doubt you took it. I have a waterproof compact for tricks like that
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
I had just put the camera back in the dry bag before the accident so it stayed dry. My phone was in my pocket at the time and it actually survived the swim.
 

ed taylor

Super Ed
Super Moderator
I used to love going down the rapids on our rivers. When I used to canoe down them when I was a kid. But I dare say in comparison to your rapids ours are merely a ripple.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
The water is low here this summer so the big boulders are less than an inch below the surface. They were really hard to spot in time.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
My little sister was sitting on the bottom of the other canoe and her bum is still finding new bruises from where theirs was skimming over rocks. :D
 

ed taylor

Super Ed
Super Moderator
We had some canvas canoes at school. It was a bit scary when you went over a rock snd you could see the canvas move.... We never had one get slashed open though.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
The one I own now is ribless fiberglass and there's no way I would subject that to rapids. It's just a lazy river canoe.
 
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