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  Posted by: Waterbird on Mar-19-13 8:15 PM (EST)
 

After reading your post it struck me that a trip should probably be planned around the less skilled paddler and the least seaworthy craft. And then you paddle at the speed of the slowest person. I guess I can live with that. Or if I can't I'll find that out on the first trip. I'm willing to try.

I have to say again that I am a low-key paddler, not a rough-water speed demon. I just want everyone to be safe.

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