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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 07-14-2019, 01:14 AM

I guess when confronted with this... rules don't apply.

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That is a great shot Kerrowdown!
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Delightful shot. In these narrow waters, this gal is definitely the BIG DOG!

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That is a great shot Kerrowdown!
Thanks very much.

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Delightful shot. In these narrow waters, this gal is definitely the BIG DOG!
Aye if your a kayak... a strategy rethink is required pronto.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Aye if your a kayak... a strategy rethink is required pronto.
I recall when reading my local rules of the waterway out here, that I was to always give way to large, approaching ships. Looking at your picture and considering that my boat is 17 1/2 foot Freighter (square stern) canoe with a 4 HP Evinrude..it comes clear to me now, why this is a sensible rule of the waterway.

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why this is a sensible rule of the waterway
Especially when being towed by one feisty Scottish women...
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Especially when being towed by one feisty Scottish women...
It might be a stand off, if my wife...a lady of Scottish Highland background was piloting our square stern canoe. I'd be heading for the hills at that point.

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I'd be heading for the hills at that point.
There speaks a wise man...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
I guess when confronted with this... rules don't apply.
The reflections, colors, and textures of this photo would be stimulating even if the story it tells weren't so exciting.
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That woman has the Lord of the Glens on a leash! My initial response to the vessel itself was "Going my way? No, you misunderstand - you ARE going my way!". Nice shot.
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The reflections, colors, and textures of this photo would be stimulating even if the story it tells weren't so exciting.
Thank you for your kind comments.
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That woman has the Lord of the Glens on a leash! My initial response to the vessel itself was "Going my way? No, you misunderstand - you ARE going my way!". Nice shot.
Aye dinae mess with Highland women...
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