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Old 09-22-2016, 10:45 PM   #15
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Darn thirsty coach.
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Thats going to be fun to remove.
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Old 09-25-2016, 10:16 PM   #17
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Honey? What is that yellow knob on the dash for anyway?
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Row, row, row your boat.
Half way cross the stream.

Wait - that's not the boat!
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As Bob soon discovered this was not an efficient way to fill the "fresh tank."
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So I thought, if I can back up close enough to the water I could fish right out my bedroom window...
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You're not cleaning those fish in my kitchen!
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Ahhhh, darn Jalapenos were hot yesterday.
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That damn GPS was wrong again!
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Would be interesting to observe the recovery process. Could cause more damage that the original entry into the water.
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Recovery won't matter much if that's salt water.

It will be a reef in its next life.
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Would be interesting to observe the recovery process. Could cause more damage that the original entry into the water.
If it were mine I would hope it is written off. A crane could lift it out by the back axles but the engine would be problematic if it went in running.
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everyone knows you should start swimming lessons out early. Maybe with a 15 or 20 yo class B and then work up.

But, I guess this one might have been a very young class A ; sigh.
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