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LSCN Pirate
Age:
35 years old
Birthday:
July 28, 1979
Gender:
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Location:
Harrison twp.

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Real Name::
Adrian
Home Port::
Blue Lagoon
Boat Type::
1984 Sea Ray SRV260
Boat Name::
Separation Anxiety

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  1. In Topic: Float down participant missing

    20 August 2014 - 10:30 AM

    View Postfitsus, on 20 August 2014 - 08:55 AM, said:

    I'm wondering what the red shovel is for?

    Some people wasted money on paddles to help them avoid obstacles in the river, I however am a cheap a$$ so I dug around my garage till i found something that would work as a paddle. Believe it or not, the people with paddles were envious of the amount or water i could displace with that baby.
  2. In Topic: Float down participant missing

    20 August 2014 - 07:48 AM

    View Posttcg, on 19 August 2014 - 03:56 PM, said:

    View Postonly1adrian, on 19 August 2014 - 03:27 PM, said:

    View Postcanaller, on 19 August 2014 - 04:55 AM, said:

    Assuming the water temperature is about 60, he should resurface Thursday night. Be on the lookout Friday morning when the sun comes up. Someone on the water near Marysville might spot him. It's sad but some closure would probably be a good thing for his family and friends.


    Believe it or not, It had to be at least 70 degrees, we were all shocked on how warm the water was! It was a good time but when the coast guard rolled up to our group and asked if we seen Brady Morton and explained he was missing, my stomach turned. As sad as it is though, You cant live life on the sidelines, I pray for him and his family!!!


    How will those life jackets help if someone falls in and goes under?

    You don't want to live life on the sidelines but I wouldn't want to rush the inevitable.


    Ahhh, Don't worry about us, we can swim. It was the cooler we were worried about, We didn't know if it could swim so we made sure our drinks were safe by keeping the life jacket on them. lol

    All joking aside though, I find more fear in slipping in the shower and busting my head on the faucet then I do floating down the St Clair river. As we saw this weekend, anything can happen but I'm sure the choices that were made prior to the incident played a bigger role in the outcome. We all have our choice on how we live our lives, Lets just say this would probably be considered one of the safer weekends I had.
  3. In Topic: Float down participant missing

    19 August 2014 - 03:27 PM

    View Postcanaller, on 19 August 2014 - 04:55 AM, said:

    Assuming the water temperature is about 60, he should resurface Thursday night. Be on the lookout Friday morning when the sun comes up. Someone on the water near Marysville might spot him. It's sad but some closure would probably be a good thing for his family and friends.


    Believe it or not, It had to be at least 70 degrees, we were all shocked on how warm the water was! It was a good time but when the coast guard rolled up to our group and asked if we seen Brady Morton and explained he was missing, my stomach turned. As sad as it is though, You cant live life on the sidelines, I pray for him and his family!!!
  4. In Topic: canal behind belle maer

    10 May 2014 - 06:23 AM

    If you have a gps and you can see and stay in the channel, It would not be a problem, My buddy gets on plane in a 35 Chris Craft Catalina without problems.
  5. In Topic: Boat Stuff for Sale

    25 March 2014 - 07:48 AM

    Why not post the price you are looking to get? Is the price different for different people? Im only throwing this out there cause im sure these items would sell quickly on this website but most people will not even ask you what you want for them as they are fearing a high price!!!

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