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    river fun

    A few of us did our spring run down the Credit River on Sunday and the weather was awesome.Still lots of ice and snow on the banks but the sun was out and the water was fast.
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    looks like he's getting a boat load of water
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    I took on a bit but not too much.

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    I miss my kayak.
    Just never got off into white water, I like to tour kayak for days, weeks on end.

    That does look like fun, sorta...
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    I did a lot of that sort of stuff in kayaks and canoes living on the banks of the Priest River Idaho, rivers and lakes and salt water, in Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Alaska, Hawaii,
    Western Samoa , with side trips in Virginia, and Ohio, and Wisconsin, and Iowa. I lived on a sailboat in Puget Sound for 5 years during which time I kayaked nearly every day
    for 3 to 25 miles a day. My life was either dirt biking or paddling in those years. Now I am in a wheelchair so I guess those days are just memories.
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    That is just awesome. In general, I have a fear of water but I have been on a few slow moving creeks/rivers and it was a lot of fun.

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    and... "in a few"..

    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    That is just awesome. In general, I have a fear of water but I have been on a few slow moving creeks/rivers and it was a lot of fun.

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    "I did a lot of that sort of stuff in kayaks and canoes living on the banks of the Priest River Idaho, rivers and lakes and salt water, in Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Alaska, Hawaii,
    Western Samoa , with side trips in Virginia, and Ohio, and Wisconsin, and Iowa. I lived on a sailboat in Puget Sound for 5 years during which time I kayaked nearly every day
    for 3 to 25 miles a day. My life was either dirt biking or paddling in those years. Now I am in a wheelchair so I guess those days are just memories."


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    Very good memories it sounds like! Wow what an adventurous life you live. (Try to look at it as still do). When I was in a wheelchair I became the king of wheelchair wheelies. One handed backspin wheelies you name it. Wheelies riding down stairs and the list at goes on. You have to roll with what you got

    Quote Originally Posted by Peterb View Post
    "I did a lot of that sort of stuff in kayaks and canoes living on the banks of the Priest River Idaho, rivers and lakes and salt water, in Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Alaska, Hawaii,
    Western Samoa , with side trips in Virginia, and Ohio, and Wisconsin, and Iowa. I lived on a sailboat in Puget Sound for 5 years during which time I kayaked nearly every day
    for 3 to 25 miles a day. My life was either dirt biking or paddling in those years. Now I am in a wheelchair so I guess those days are just memories."


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJeeper View Post
    Very good memories it sounds like! Wow what an adventurous life you live. (Try to look at it as still do). When I was in a wheelchair I became the king of wheelchair wheelies. One handed backspin wheelies you name it. Wheelies riding down stairs and the list at goes on. You have to roll with what you got
    When were you in a wheelchair?!

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