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Posted by Alan Speakman on Aug 22, 2006
Thanks for the kind words... And you're right... A long paddle would do her good...
My wife and I were just talking about this, and it's interesting to note that it's the kind words from strangers like you, George, David, and Lee that pull us along... Too often relatives and friends feel compelled... Strangers always act from the heart...
Thank you all.
Ok... Back to kayaking... The widow has suddenly expressed an interest in kayaking, but only in a real (not a waddling plastic tub), stable, docile kayak that would be good for flat water and bird watching...
Hello CLC and the MC13 all over again!
And that leads to an interesting question... Why is it that only CLC has addressed this market niche? I've searched the Web and can't find anything close to the Mill Creek series... Why is that?
Thoughts on kayak design? Is a real (yet tame) kayak just too tough to design, or is it that only sexy sea kayaks sell?
In Response to: Re: Why by Ed, NY on Aug 21, 2006
- Re: Why by Jim S on Aug 22, 2006