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Old 10-05-2014, 11:44 PM   #15
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Good for you!

I've done the fellow boater rescue, like James mentioned, a few times over the last 6 years. This year it was a 20 foot bow rider that I towed in to the dock. Too bad the wind wasn't blowing a bit harder so I could have sailed them in instead of motoring my 22 foot sailboat.

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Old 10-10-2014, 12:39 AM   #16
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Yes, I agree on the safety issue regarding other motorists. I make sure to never, ever, stand between two vehicles. You can't be too careful. I think one might want to use orange triangles, road flares, anything to warn oncoming motorists. Might not be a bad idea to post a spotter so to speak. Not only to warn you of impending danger but to wave motorists away. It sure felt good when somebody stopped to help us. Renews your faith in humanity and it feels good to return the favor. Ive also found that just stopping to give information can help. If you see a break down in your home area and know of a good repair facility or tire shop that a fellow rv'er could call or get towed to for service they can trust, it would be a great help to folks from out of town.

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