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Old 01-05-2016, 06:29 PM   #21
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On the photo two posts above, how does that bow-up/reverse-Titanic sinking even happen? It's a little hard to tell in the photo, but the bow rail isn't wrapped around the piling, is it? I wouldn't think so, seems to me that couldn't have happened unless the boat was lifted tens of feet into the air and came down with the rail threaded on the piling. And I can't imagine a boat could hang on a relatively flimsy bow rail anyway, even if the stern is resting on the bottom.
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Tom, I forgot to say sorry for damage to your boat. Where is your boat at? We have ours @ Jensen Bay at the I5 bridge in Portland. If you need help or if there is anything I can do, let me know. Tonto.
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Happy campers again! Got the Shed refloated, a few more billets under the dock and life is good. If you live in the Portland OR area, TC diving is the place to call if you need floatation. Great crew.
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