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Old 07-11-2013
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Re: harrowing story

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Originally Posted by krisscross View Post
Dang... they were really lucky. And taking such small kids out in bad weather on open sound... not prudent at all.
Thank god they are safe. Very lucky.

I would like to hear the actual facts surrounding why they were caught in a storm ( probably a late day thunderstorm we all experienced this week) before we start criticizing people for being on the water with their family and poor judgement.

Are you sure there are no other factors other than poor judgement that came into play?

Can't we just be happy they re alive instead of criticizing.
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