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Things to watch out for...

you never know what will be floating out there.

Japanese boat washed away in tsunami spotted more than a year later - CNN.com
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Re: Things to watch out for...

Can you imagine hitting a Japanese refrigerator some dark night ?
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Re: Things to watch out for...

I mentioned in another thread

Tsunami debris arriving

that I am going to be there is this summer.

I already have the experience of hitting a piece of fishing net in the Pacific gyre.
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