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Topic: (moved) Please help. Kayak just washed ashore at Albion  (Read 3994 times)

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MikeinFresno

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and was Ralf dressed in kayaking type clothing or any other link to the found yak??


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and was Ralf dressed in kayaking type clothing or any other link to the found yak??
No, Ralf was a hiker who commonly hiked the GGNRA area.


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Any closure on this one?


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On a side note, I found out WHY they were drilling holes in the kayak. My son's took on water this weekend, and pulling that thing up onto dry land was a CHORE! The scrambler isn't easy to drain, and they may not know how to drain one anyway, so a few relief holes is a fast easy way especially if they have the tools handy. I was glad that my son had the experience of taking on water in an area where it was relatively safe. He got to experience the instability of the yak full of water-I have not had that experience yet. Now, he will know what to expect in the event that it happens again.

I am hoping this is just a lost kayak, and we dont have a lost soul. I have not heard a word lately either on this one.
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Seems like it would be worth posting fliers in the neighborhood near the river. "FOUND KAYAK!"

If someone's just missing a kayak, they might not necessarily be checking with the fire department...