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  • #4179
    Attila
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    Hi There,
    I’m looking for Jeff Kee, he was recommended to me by Stephen Reble as someone who would be good for me to paddle with. If you know him, or he reads this, if you could please email me at attila_koko@hotmail.com I would greatly appreciate it.

    Cheers!

    Attila Arthofer

    #27581
    markpospisil
    Participant

    It might be Geoff Keeys that you are loking for…his tag on this site is Keez . I think.

    #27582
    keez
    Participant

    You’re right Mark. I’ve PM’d Atilla re: paddling. Thinking about playing in the ender-hole on the Gorge next Sun. Any interest?
    Geoff

    #27583
    Kevin V
    Participant

    But big Purple Barney Boats and rugby players aren’t allowed in the GORGE…

    Miguel and I will see you there Sunday.

    #27584
    cmnypny
    Participant
    "Kevin V" wrote:
    But big Purple Barney Boats and rugby players aren’t allowed in the GORGE…

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    LMAO … you got to admit though it takes a real man to paddle that boat with a straight face and take all the flack. I think he is in tune with his femine side <img loading=” title=”Very Happy” />

    And yes … I have seen his boat.

    #27585
    markpospisil
    Participant

    Cheers guys,

    I just got off the river…Broke BOTH of my ratchet straps for my back brace…SUCKS!

    I’ll see you guys around.

    Keez – I’m still looking for a Barney sticker for you, I might have to get one custom made!

    #27586
    cmnypny
    Participant
    "markpospisil":wqjck7il wrote:
    Cheers guys,

    I just got off the river…Broke BOTH of my ratchet straps for my back brace…SUCKS!

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    You would not have to worry about breaking ratchet straps if you paddled a real boat and used one blade instead of a beer cooler and two blades <img loading=” title=”Very Happy” />

    #27587
    markpospisil
    Participant

    Where would I keep my beer if paddled a real boat?…AS for two blades, no comeback.

    #27588
    cmnypny
    Participant
    "markpospisil":1s37qt5y wrote:
    Where would I keep my beer if paddled a real boat?…AS for two blades, no comeback.[/quote:1s37qt5y]

    My boat is 14 foot long … I could probably fit one of those huge costco coolers in it for beer and use it as a flotation bag <img loading=” title=”Very Happy” />

    Seriously though … it sucks big time when something breaks no matter what kind of boat you have.

    It is just a pain in the butt when you have to try and fix something like that. It is way easier to fix an open boat on the side of the river and keep paddling. I normalyy carry a repair kit and other crap. One of the benefits of open boating until you need to portage something but then I would rather swim it first :lol:

    #27589
    keez
    Participant

    Colin,
    Thanks for the feminine crack, but it takes a real man to paddle a lavender boat!
    2 benefits are: easy recognition on the water and unlikely to be stolen.
    SYOTR
    Geoff

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