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Posted June 12, 2013
Wow, what an adventure. It was incredible the challenges that were undertaken and how they were overcome.
It was a miracle they survived and how close they came to death's door like their friends.
A lifetime of experience all within one month on $150 dollars, sounds like a good deal.
Many a man, once a boy with dreams, surely would have enjoyed an adventure like this once in a lifetime. An incredible journey.
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Posted October 20, 2013
It must have been an incredible journey, definitely not for the faint of heart by no means. I would think after almost getting suck down by the whirl-pools or sucked up by tornado's, bitten by snakes in flooding conditions everywhere only to almost killed by the "Tugs" would have got me to wonder what I got myself into.
When they practically get lost in the Bayous only to be saved by a mysterious black man who appears out of nowhere, leads me to believe someone had "angels on their shoulder."
When I consider the eight young men who died in canoes and kayaks who were also heading to the Gulf of Mexico and how close these three came to dying like them especially after being chased by the "four stackers" tells me their guardian angels had to be exhausted by the end of the journey.