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View Poll Results: Canoe or Kayak?
Canoe 2 22.22%
Kayak 4 44.44%
Screw that, give me a jet boat! 3 33.33%
What, get off my Lazy Boy and turn off the TV? Not a chance! 0 0%
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Old 12-29-2021, 12:25 PM   #1
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Default If you could only have one: Canoe or Kayak?

I'm thinking I would prefer a canoe, but on the other hand, I believe there is a lot of storage inside a kayak and the stuff won't get lost as easily as if it were stored in a canoe and got tipped over.

So, what would you prefer to ride the river with?
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Old 12-29-2021, 01:29 PM   #2
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Lost my canoe on that fateful river crossing whilst transporting my nasty guns to the other side.

Seriously, when we lived close to the Deschutes river, my brother came over and brought his daughter along for a canoe ride. Put my niece in a life jacket and up the river we started. we had gone about a quarter of a mile and brother decides to shift his weight a little to one side and over we went. Canoe was upside down, niece no where to be seen. both paddles went down stream in a hurry and panic ensued. She was inside the canoe and safe because of the life jacket! Bit of a swim to get to shore but all survived minus 2 paddles.
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A sailboat.
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I live on a 13,000 lake and don’t own a boat. 1 see more boats on trailers then the lake itself. The guy across the street put his boat in and straight to the lift on his dock. They are up doing yard work and most likely will pull the boat for the winter.

Another guy had 2 boats in his yard, that have never moved. Then again he works offshore. Newest neighbor has a new to him bass boat. Granted he is busy renovating their house, but in 3 months it never been in the water.

Got a couple of lesbians with a pontoon boat they actually get out on. They along with another neighbor have brand new fancy boat docks. The newest dock owners have a nice ski boat that was in the water once. Their old duck hunting Jon boat has never left the trailer. Plenty of ducks on the lake along with geese. For what a store bought frozen duck cost, it buy lots of fuel for that duck boat.

If I had the disposable income for a boat and all the crap that goes with it I’d buy a truck.
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I live on a 13,000 lake and don’t own a boat
Got a couple of lesbians with a pontoon boat they actually get out .
Tell them that you identify as a lesbian

and see if they will let you tag along…
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Tell them that you identify as a lesbian

and see if they will let you tag along…
When I first met them one was wearing a Minooka high school t-shirts. I asked what was up with Minooka & she said you even pronounced it right. They grew up real close to were I grew up.

I'm sure if I offered to buy gas they would take me along. Funny how out here the old lesbian couple are cool, but if it was Houston they would just be angry cunts!

I have met more neighbors here in 10 months then the house in Houston in 27 years. People out here are just more laid back
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When I first met them one was wearing a Minooka high school t-shirts. I asked what was up with Minooka & she said you even pronounced it right. They grew up real close to were I grew up.

I'm sure if I offered to buy gas they would take me along. Funny how out here the old lesbian couple are cool, but if it was Houston they would just be angry cunts!

I have met more neighbors here in 10 months then the house in Houston in 27 years. People out here are just more laid back
It really is a smaller world than

most people realize…
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My wife and I need separate boats, since she can't coordinate well with others. Kayaks it is.
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Sweet Jesus yes. Best lovin I ever had was with two lesbos who were frigging hot. Hell they didn't even know I was involved.
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Sweet Jesus yes. Best lovin I ever had was with two lesbos who were frigging hot. Hell they didn't even know I was involved.


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No poll option for Rob Roy Boat master race.

Is it a canoe or a kayak? Yes.
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Old 01-21-2022, 01:32 PM   #12
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If you are still looking for a Kayak I have hardly used 15 foot Wilderness Systems with a rudder. Very fast and fun to paddle. Unfortunately it is so long it is a pain to put on top of my Xterra so I no longer use it.
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Old 01-21-2022, 04:32 PM   #13
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I live on a 13,000 lake and don’t own a boat. 1 see more boats on trailers then the lake itself. The guy across the street put his boat in and straight to the lift on his dock. They are up doing yard work and most likely will pull the boat for the winter.

Another guy had 2 boats in his yard, that have never moved. Then again he works offshore. Newest neighbor has a new to him bass boat. Granted he is busy renovating their house, but in 3 months it never been in the water.

Got a couple of lesbians with a pontoon boat they actually get out on. They along with another neighbor have brand new fancy boat docks. The newest dock owners have a nice ski boat that was in the water once. Their old duck hunting Jon boat has never left the trailer. Plenty of ducks on the lake along with geese. For what a store bought frozen duck cost, it buy lots of fuel for that duck boat.

If I had the disposable income for a boat and all the crap that goes with it I’d buy a truck.
You know the two happiest days in the life of a boat owner, don't you? The day he buys it and the day he sells it.

I've had a boat and an airplane, the plane got more use than the boat. I don't want any toys anymore, the less I have to worry about things breaking down the better.
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BOAT = bust out another thousand.... I learned the hard way not to paddle a canoe solo from the back seat...if you want very stable go with a paddle boat....
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Neither. I'd rather have a small pontoon......say 8 1/2' x 20', with retractable awning, 25 hp motor. No fishing gear allowed. Grill mounted in one corner, cooler mounted in another, curtained area for ladies to 'do their thing', when they go powder their noses, or for people my age, that have the sudden, uncontrollable urge, to need to take a dump.
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