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Submitted: 04-09-2012 by parasky

I bought a used Tripper made from something called Oltanor.(I think). On a float on the Buffalo River in Arkansas my canoe got wrapped around a rock. I was ahead of it in a kayak. When I saw it all of my gear was floating down toward me and I starting grabbing it, wondering how I was going to get it someplace where I could bring my car. I noticed three or four people helping my friend try to get it off the rock. It was pinned by the current and shaped like a horseshoe. I didn't see them get it free, but it had popped itself back into canoe shape. Amazing! We loaded it back up and continued our float. It has a slight wrinkle as the only evidence of what happened. Thirty-two years later it's still good as new. Magic canoe!
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