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11-13-2006 04:57 PM
sailortjk1 That Dude needs to have his head examined!
11-13-2006 04:39 PM
JakeLevi Reminds me of a line from Crocodile Dundee,

Mik is in the NYC bar, swapping stories with the locals, one has just told a whopper when Mik comes back with one of how he'd shot a big salt water croc and when they opened her up she had a Filipino canoe in it with two guys still paddling.

I think this one comes a tad closer. WAaaay too close for me.

I saw the movie Jaws and wouldnt sit on a crapper for a week.
11-13-2006 02:37 PM
Originally Posted by TassieBloke
Practicing Eskimo Rolls With Greater Efficiency

To increase your roll efficiency, include a motivational aspect to your practice session. An example of such is attached for reference.
Now That is funny.
11-13-2006 07:42 AM
Kayaking Lessons Part 2

Practicing Eskimo Rolls With Greater Efficiency

To increase your roll efficiency, include a motivational aspect to your practice session. An example of such is attached for reference.
11-13-2006 06:57 AM
morganmike Gives new meaning to the phrase "Please keep arms and legs inside the boat."
11-12-2006 07:55 PM
sailingforever That's quite a photograph. I wonder what that kayaker was thinking.....
11-11-2006 07:28 PM
Great White Trust?

Oxymoron of the month, albeit probably unintentional, has to be great white trust. From all I've read that's about the last thing applicable to the breed.

The photo does remind me of Marlin Perkins from the St Louis zoo, on his program "Wild Kingdom". Marlin, in his immaculately fitted and pressed bush jacket, would describe how Stan, suitably muscled and clad in his Sears working khakis, would drop out of our helicopter onto a thirty foot python and wresle it into submission with six feet of rope and a burlap bag. I always had the sneaking suspicion that Marlin was enjoying a dry Beefeater martini somewhere before Stan even hit the ground.

Great photo.
11-10-2006 01:26 PM
Johnrb If you read the article you will find the paddler is experienced in this sort of research. I believe his name is "One Leg Pete".
11-10-2006 10:11 AM
soul searcher YIKES,

Wonder how long it took to get the inside of that kayak scrubed out.

Stupid human tricks
11-10-2006 09:31 AM
Cruisingdad You know how Great Whites get that big? Eating Kayaks.

I can just see the photographer looking for someone in Aussie: "Hey, Mate. How's about paddlin' that boat right over there for us while we throws a bit-a chum out there in water. What's the chum fer? Well, don't you worry about that none. But when I tells ya, paddle really fast. Allright, allright. Here's five bucks."
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