You keep a watch and you think holistically about the weather. Consider that in the spring run-off, or after summer thunderstorms, rising or rushing water levels dislodge or tear loose all manner of floating debris, so the time elapsed from such an event and your distance from a potential source (a river with forested banks, a timber yard next to a creek) will give you a sense of why you should look harder.This brings up a question. I often see references to the potential of hitting stuff in open water (e.g. - dropped container, etc.) and losing a keel, etc. Is this something to really be concerned about - or is it essentially the lighting-strike-odds kind of thing? And how do you guard against it?
Looks more like an O'henry bar.. lots of caramel and peanuts!!Ahhh - Caddyshack. Classic.
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