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Old 05-12-2018, 10:50 AM   #1
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These two from the entrance into Depoe Bay, Oregon, are worth sharing;



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An old surfer and a tinnie with Kapten Boat Collars having a blast inside the surf zone:

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Want to share those videos you find while rummaging around the web?

These two from the entrance into Depoe Bay, Oregon, are worth sharing;


Depoe bay sure is interesting. They crashed (same trip):



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Interesting following seas :


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interesting following seas :


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eee-freaking-gad!!!!
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Nibble this thing down to 60' and size the engine for passage making (notice cooling water from engines looks like six fire hoses) and you'd be onto something.

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