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GPS Off – 30 Knot Cross Wind – Guess Where We Will See The Rowers Next?
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Pond inlet! 😉 They will probably turn it back on after they get around the next point.
Here is a “Cross” wind:
This is the right boat for that weather, not a dingy.
Does it have an icebreaker bow?
“Decayed ice”, the new term, does not require that safety factor.
Think Hawaiian Shave Ice:
Marxist not included.
🙂 I’ll bet he eats those on his one-hole golf course at Camp David.
Spelling: dinghy… or a dingy dinghy.
They have oars, not paddles, but that really, really looks like Shit Creek.
Guys brought a dinghy to a kite boarding event. Not too bright.
with the GPS off, how will the rescue crew know where to go look for survivors?
Just search within 50 ft of the shoreline.
If they get blown more than 50 ft from shore, they’re in deep doo doo.
They’re at a bar in Barrow.
Great pity about all this equipment failure, they’ll have people claiming that they’ve slung their canoe under a chopper & flown it around any dodgy bits.
Yeah, especially since it’s more likely it’s an Inuit with an outboard performing quiet tows for cash.
That sounds right!
Why not look 50′ from where they started?
They need to be prepared for a blistering defeat-:)