Discussion in 'General Paddling Discussions' started by Tatlow, Dec 30, 2015.
http://www.vancouversun.com/news/arrest ... story.html
Used his hands as paddles... cold hands...
Tweaker. Water should've been much colder and a longer distance to shore.
I don't think the perpetrator is a kayaker -- he stole the kayak.
Which brings up the question -- is a kayaker a kayaker just because she/he is in a kayak?
Good question, Dan. Akin to the phrase "experienced kayaker", which may only mean the person has gone on a half dozen trips. Examples abound of paddlers in their second season who get surprised by bad weather, get lost, or have no self rescue skills.
He is NOT a kayaker, but a "Kayak Thief"
Oh, as Dave says, I can strap on a pair of skates, it unfortunately does not make me Sydney Crosby :wink:
Correction, that was Dan, not Dave, but Dave did make a good point too! :big_thumb
I'm pretty sure that I didn't say that.
Dan, I meant you said the "perpetrator" stole the kayak, I know innocent until proven guilty/kayak thief.
If you are talking about the skating analogy, well, also my bad... :doh:
Today I am just failing...There is always tomorrow :big_thumb
I also spelled Sidney Crosby wrong also!
Welcome 2016! :doh:
For sure, he got caught redhanded with blue hands.
This "miscreant kayak perpetrator" is no "Vaulter Bandit".
Separate names with a comma.