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You'd have to be a complete idiot to complain about that equipment damaging the environment - the sand would be smooth again after one tide change.

The vid sure was an object lesson in why one doesn't want to get themselves beached in a big boat though.
Haha, yes, but I'm sure someone would. Probably something like, "those poor little clams didn't stand a chance!"

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So is this a reference thread to Mike Calabreze that tried to ride out Irene?

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"All in all a great exercise and definitely a better performance than VA Bch offered. It would be interesting to compare funds expenditure."


I would say a 12 pack and a pack of smokes. Oh and the good nature of man to help someone in trouble.

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