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Old 07-12-2006, 12:08 AM
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The article says no injuries!
I guess them F boats are safe afterall... Whether by land or by sea...
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Old 07-12-2006, 12:34 AM
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And why is it usually fountains in these predicatments... from what i've seen from pics on here.


they are the only one that can get up enough speed to get that far out of the water!!!!!!
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Old 07-12-2006, 07:21 AM
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Is the Tide that way all the time ??? The house we rented in Destin Harbour last week didnt look like there was ever more tide than that.

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Tide changes here usually run between .5' and1.5' depending on the season - - - not much need for floating docks !!!!
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an O-Sh*t, kind of oops
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That EX is squatting with just the trailer attached. That had to be one ridiculous tow with the boat actually on the trailer, which probably lead to the winch strap breaking, and the boat sliding off. (Add to the fact the trailer had some type of plastic slick bunks added to it.)
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I think the "technical difficulty" was that they ran out of cooler beverages and descided to go for a boat ride to get some more.
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Tide changes here usually run between .5' and1.5' depending on the season - - - not much need for floating docks !!!!
Thats weird , Like our Ms coast has between 2.5 to 3 foot tide
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Anyone that has been to the Tickfaw 200 knows Crazy Charlie Albert. This is one of his oops jobs in Orange Beach a couple years ago. Luckily, no one was injured and alcohol was not a factor. Actually lifted the old Cig off the rocks the next morning with a barge and crane, cranked it and drove it back to the landing! There's a Cigarette acid test if ever there was one.
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