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I need a 'WOOD CANOE"

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Mar 20, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    a comb for a Perazzi stock. Am short one. Good shape or needig refinishing. I can do that. hardware preferred too

    And I could use a set of Perazzi comb hardware too.


    and I could use a Perazzi rubber comb too.
    Jack
     
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    Jack, shouldn't this be titled "I need a PERAZZI CANOE PADDLE"? Ya Ya good luck in your search.
     
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    Ya-ya... one of them sweet pants shooters got the extra...
     
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    Jack: I just heard on the channel "45" Weather that they are predicting record flood levels for the Mississippi, how will that affect the St Croix river, and will you be safe?
     
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    http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/ahps_warnings.php?wfo=mpx&pil=XXXFLWMPX&zone=mnc037&productType=Flood%20Warning

    It appears that a high water event is indeed on the way. So, I am packing beginning today. The Mississippi at Hastings is the problematical one. But it floods with regularity and then the water truly goes into flood as it spreads over a wide area. The St Croix river is mostly a bluff on both sides of the river and has no where to flood to and keeps rising. This event has dire warnings. But at this time it still appears to be similar to the river rise we encounter each year. The difference is this year they are saying the rise could be the 100 year flood that happens 1% of the time. Our snow was record level. But most of it was already gone over the past week to 10 days of moderate melt. We have snow piles but the ground has cleared. The snow run-off that fills the feeder rivers comes from the woods. Woods areas collect snow and there is quite a bit still in the woods.
     
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