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Submitted: 07-03-2001 by m j leaf

I just traded my 133k with oars in on a loon 138T kayak as a boat I could use alone most the time but with my wife sometime. Nothing was really wrong with the 133k except that as a solo boat it as too heavy and awkward to get on and off my van by myself, and as as two person boat with one unpracticed paddler it was too hard too handle in a wind of 18 knots or more, which we have a lot of here in Texas. With the wooden center seat, there was no easy way to perform a one-man carry that would balance. With a web center seat, I might have been able to balance it on my head, for a short lift, but not for a carry. A lighter canoe with slightly flared sides and a lower profile might have worked.
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