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Postby Marsher » Jul 30, 2008 7:14 pm

My Grandson learned to skim board a couple of years ago at long point... from a "Beach Bum"..

He brought his board to the cottage ( opps... Camp....) and here is his pic... yes I tried it and landed on several different body parts before giving up...lol...

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Re: Skim boarding

Postby butterfly » Jul 30, 2008 7:21 pm

[quote="Marsher"]My Grandson learned to skim board a couple of years ago at long point... from a "Beach Bum"..

He brought his board to the cottage ( opps... Camp....) and here is his pic... yes I tried it and landed on several different body parts before giving up...lol.../quote]

Marsher

That is ok as long as you landed on your own body parts and didn't get hurt. lol,lol

I tried water sking one time when I was about 16 and no one told me a ramp was ahead. Dirty trick played on me

I went over and smahed the water pretty bad and broke my colar bone and ya can still tell is had been broken at one time

Darn near drown too as I knocked myself out and didnt come up out of the water by myself

I next remember waking up in the ambulance

Never tried that again or trusted

Great that kids can learn these things so young . They have no fear
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