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May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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teamscumblog
May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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teamscumblog
May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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teamscumblog
May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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teamscumblog
May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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teamscumblog
May 6th, 2012

The plan was to head over to the west fork of the pigeon, if it was too high or too low our bail out would be the upper East Fork of the Tuck, otherwise known as \"Panthertown\". We caught ideal flows on the WF Pigeon and made quick time down to the car at sun burst, seemed like a no brainer to drive straight to rock bridge and set shuttle so we could run the Tuck.  We walked our boats down to the bridge at School House Creek and in no time we were sitting above Upper Wardens Falls. I would be running this one first so i could snap a few pictures of Mark and Ed on their way down, even though i had run this rapid a month or so earlier and i knew where to go i was still a bit nervous! I jumped out and took a look at where i needed to go, spotted my line and peeled back into the current. Everybody had smooth lines and mark and ed even hiked up on the second slide and ran it twice while i took pictures. Watch out for wood if you have the itch for panthertown, i think we portaged six times due to logs ......

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Feb 23rd, 2012

Last week the good people at Southern Appalachian Brewery and Rapid Transit Video graciously allowed us to test out a little project we have been picking at on an unsuspecting crowd at Adventure Movie Night. With over 130 people gathered to watch films and everyone hoping to win a Liquid Logic Kayak it was the perfect, beer lubricated crowd. Basically it works like this // there were 3 bright plaid colors and 3 dark, overprint colors each with a different phrase. Now think back to kindergarten, \'yellow and blue make green, right?\" So, from a total of 6 screens, each person selected a bright and dark color, for a total of 9 possible colorways and an infinite number of print location options. If this doesnt make any sense your just gonna have to come see it for yourself next time.All in all it was a good night. The beer was flowing,the films were playing, and the press was spinning. And, on top of all that, they were able to raise over $1800 for RiverLink and Our Voice. And this guy even won a new Liquid Logi......

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teamscumblog
Feb 23rd, 2012

Last week the good people at Southern Appalachian Brewery and Rapid Transit Video graciously allowed us to test out a little project we have been picking at on an unsuspecting crowd at Adventure Movie Night. With over 130 people gathered to watch films and everyone hoping to win a Liquid Logic Kayak it was the perfect, beer lubricated crowd. Basically it works like this // there were 3 bright plaid colors and 3 dark, overprint colors each with a different phrase. Now think back to kindergarten, \'yellow and blue make green, right?\" So, from a total of 6 screens, each person selected a bright and dark color, for a total of 9 possible colorways and an infinite number of print location options. If this doesnt make any sense your just gonna have to come see it for yourself next time.All in all it was a good night. The beer was flowing,the films were playing, and the press was spinning. And, on top of all that, they were able to raise over $1800 for RiverLink and Our Voice. And this guy even won a new Liquid Logi......

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teamscumblog
Feb 23rd, 2012

Last week the good people at Southern Appalachian Brewery and Rapid Transit Video graciously allowed us to test out a little project we have been picking at on an unsuspecting crowd at Adventure Movie Night. With over 130 people gathered to watch films and everyone hoping to win a Liquid Logic Kayak it was the perfect, beer lubricated crowd. Basically it works like this // there were 3 bright plaid colors and 3 dark, overprint colors each with a different phrase. Now think back to kindergarten, \'yellow and blue make green, right?\" So, from a total of 6 screens, each person selected a bright and dark color, for a total of 9 possible colorways and an infinite number of print location options. If this doesnt make any sense your just gonna have to come see it for yourself next time.All in all it was a good night. The beer was flowing,the films were playing, and the press was spinning. And, on top of all that, they were able to raise over $1800 for RiverLink and Our Voice. And this guy even won a new Liquid Logi......

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teamscumblog
Feb 23rd, 2012

Last week the good people at Southern Appalachian Brewery and Rapid Transit Video graciously allowed us to test out a little project we have been picking at on an unsuspecting crowd at Adventure Movie Night. With over 130 people gathered to watch films and everyone hoping to win a Liquid Logic Kayak it was the perfect, beer lubricated crowd. Basically it works like this // there were 3 bright plaid colors and 3 dark, overprint colors each with a different phrase. Now think back to kindergarten, \'yellow and blue make green, right?\" So, from a total of 6 screens, each person selected a bright and dark color, for a total of 9 possible colorways and an infinite number of print location options. If this doesnt make any sense your just gonna have to come see it for yourself next time.All in all it was a good night. The beer was flowing,the films were playing, and the press was spinning. And, on top of all that, they were able to raise over $1800 for RiverLink and Our Voice. And this guy even won a new Liquid Logi......

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