This topic contains 17 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  duscunni 6 years, 1 month ago.

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  • #4098

    Saralynn
    Participant

    Julie Alsberge lost her boat today between cats paw and the take out. It is a dagger mamba white, teal, and purple with her name and phone number is inside 573 424 1769. Scott and I paddled down to take out and looked but did not see it anywhere. Please contact her with any information. Thanks!

    • This topic was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  Saralynn.
  • #4106

    DaggerDan
    Participant

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Crap we’ll look for it tomorrow.</p>

  • #4108

    Saralynn
    Participant

    Thanks!

  • #4115

    JulieAlsberge
    Participant

    It’s actually a Dagger Mamba not pyrahna

  • #4117

    Saralynn
    Participant

    If found Di is willing to store for Julie until she can pick it up.

  • #4119

    jacobsviper
    Participant

    Is julie ok?? Water was a little rough today did the newer paddler get through it ok? I got caught In a hole river right just after turkey creek rapids… Surfed for a good bit and got flipped hard and swam.. So I was draining and we played for a bit never seen a boat go by us if that helps you any ya’ll were behind us a bit but not to far I dont think! we got off water at 2:30 thought Id give u a time frame to maybe help ya out hopefully it got caught and jammed somewhere and will be spit out I know the dam was very sticky and didnt wanna let me go rough paddling the second run haha! Hope you find it sara

  • #4123

    McChuck
    Participant

    The boat will be found!
    I will be by there after 1 pm. From up on the trail I’ll get a good bird’s eye view. If you don’t see my van, leave it at Jim and Doris’s and I will pick it up.
    Dagger Mamba??? Nuts- a common boat. I was psyched for finding a Pyrahna Mamba- a very rare boat……

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  McChuck. Reason: The mail accidntly gave me my neighbors mormom missionary stuff. It was fun ringing THEIR doorbell
  • #4131

    Saralynn
    Participant

    Thanks everyone!! Yes Julie was fine except her boat was MIA so her and New guy Chuck hiked out by cats paw.

  • #4135

    DaggerDan
    Participant

    Dusty and I got it out. Jim has it. Julie knows.

  • #4137

    jacobsviper
    Participant

    Awesome where was it!!!!

  • #4138

    DaggerDan
    Participant

    Top of rickety rack. I held on to the little tree it was hung on while in my boat. Dusty crossed part of the river jumping from rock to rock and threw me my rope. I tied it to it and yanked it out. It wasn’t as easy as it sounds though. Worked up a sweat haha

  • #4139

    jacobsviper
    Participant

    Good job as I swam also and kept ahold of my boat well kinda lol thought inwas gonna loose it

  • #4140

    KathyP.
    Participant

    Great save of a pretty new boat. Once my paddle was lost 3 weeks after getting pinned in Cats Paw and was found

  • #4151

    Matt Worobec
    Participant

    It was really stuck.   Santo worked hard to free it.  Jimmy tried.  Great work getting it out.
    Matt

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  Matt Worobec.
    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  Matt Worobec.
  • #4154

    Saralynn
    Participant

    Thanks to all who participated in the search and rescue of Julie’s boat!!!!!

  • #4155

    JulieAlsberge
    Participant

    Thanks to all who participated in rescuing my boat. You are my Heroes. Trying to change my Sunday plans to thank you all personally and boat. which is way more fun than what I had to do

  • #4156

    JulieAlsberge
    Participant

    I really had a good time even tho I went home with no boat. I was at peace I knew it would be found. Bill predicted it would be in rickety rack. He was right. After going through big drop just fine I hit a rock in the eddy rolled up 3/4 of the way didn’t have head tucked oops more practice keeping head down is in my plans along with swift water rescue corse. I swam river right. Scott was pushing my boat to an eddy river left but it was so swift he had to abandone it to set up for cats paw. It sat in a hole just beyond cats paw for a while. But we didn’t want our group to get too separated. By the time Scott and Sara started heading on down it had popped out of the hole. Chuck our new guy from Columbia and I hiked back to millstream. It was getting late in the day.?he had a great day too and is ready to go back.

  • #4160

    duscunni
    Participant

    Glad to help!  Look forward to paddling with you sometime.

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