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Old 12-06-2007, 12:00 PM
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Is this what you call Apache Water

found this on the net i'll take a desk job any day
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No thank you I will stay at home
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That looks fun
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That water is too big for Apaches, but looks just about right for an active thunder to run through at 70 or so!

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went through bigger than that my first time in the North sea, made a 460' supply boat launch like a go fast in 4-6's and had me puking for 36 hours.

They build the lowest decks on oil rigs there 80-100' above sea level and still we got days when they were getting wet
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That water is too big for Apaches, but looks just about right for an active thunder to run through at 70 or so!

Now Craig finally gets it.
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Where's the air intake for the engines??
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12 - 14 Meter seas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No thanks, I'll sit that one out....
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