Hey Shawn, you're not allowed to swear on this site. You know how serious people take the shit that you talk here!!
I think that all joking and zings aside, it's a good topic to talk about. I think that this is a very important issue in the kayaking/exploration world. Let's compare to climbing/mountaineering. Is it ethical that climbers leave O2 tanks and ropes and gear and all their shit on Everest? How about screwing bolts into rocks for top-roping. I think all and all, the boating community is pretty minimal-impact when you compare it to other venues of adventure/fun, but at the same time, we shouldn't use that as an excuse not to clean up after ourselves. This goes back to an UCC thread from last season too. I was just trying to add my 2 cents and I think others should post theirs too.
I'm not even going to tell you the story about when I hiked out of the Reno Park. I think I'll save myself the 2000 replys by pissed off reno locals. Man, those folks hate me.
By the way, the only two things I'm afraid of in this world are left handed people and poison oak. Damn Leftorium shoppers and thier left handed can openers.......
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