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    Am I the only one who rows on this forum?
    Yes this is a stupid question but I was really wondering whether I was the only one who rows at this forum?




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    I canoe and kayak. I actually prefer the [single person] kayak over canoeing, much more maneuverable and fun IMO. I actually do more canoeing, however; because I don't get the opportunity to kayak as often, but I love it.

    Probably the most fun activity would be white water rafting. The best course I've ever done is the Royal Gorge in Colorado, it is amazing. It can get real rough, especially when the water gets high. They actually raised the age to raft the Royal Gorge a few years back to 16 because they had a few deaths of children. It can get pretty dangerous depending on the water level, but it's great fun.
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    Tel
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    I used to kayak a lot when I lived in London. Good times.

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    i don't, but my sister rowed varsity for boston college....

    and on a sidenote johninc the link on the webpage in your profile to download the applescripts doesn't work, and i really want then

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    Quote Originally Posted by macAttack
    i don't, but my sister rowed varsity for boston college....

    and on a sidenote johninc the link on the webpage in your profile to download the applescripts doesn't work, and i really want then
    Awesome, ya its not kayaking. I'll fix that link immediately.

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    I know how, I'm a boater and have done a lot of sailing :alien:

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    i sail too

    thanks john inc for fixing the link, i'm just getting into applescript

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    I have a tupper-ware (plastic) sea kayak and a canoe --- love to paddle - just need to get out more often :dummy: ---- would paddle every day if I lived either on the water or within a mile of some nice water ...... stuck in the burbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex_PC_Puke
    would paddle every day if I lived either on the water or within a mile of some nice water ...... stuck in the burbs
    Thats the truth. I'd love to go out on a daily basis, I just don't have that oppurtunity. Yet another benefit of having a waterfront house.
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    I was thinking of row as in to argue...

    hehe know a few people here that do that!


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    I have a sailboat, I've canoed some, but mostly I sail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macAttack
    i sail too

    thanks john inc for fixing the link, i'm just getting into applescript

    Awesome. Actually I row out of the Stanford Rowing boathouse which they share with sailing, but sailing like to steal our parking spots.

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    I'm not refering to kayaking or canoeing though I have done both.

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    Dude, use to do the 4 man [person] shell and the 8 man [person] shell years ago. Love the sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    I was thinking of row as in to argue...

    hehe know a few people here that do that!

    me too... oops! :black:
    Just the road and my MBP.. wohoo.. No wireless networks - DOH! Oh well, wheres my ipod! :headphone

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