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A friend of mine just drove passed a group at about 19.00hrs today who were just getting off the river Llugwy in the DARK after doing the run with NO water in it, with out wanting to sound predictable or bring up old discussions,

I shall say no more except we learn from our 'mistakes', its all about common sense!!

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Fair point I guess, unless they had / were having an epic of some description!

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Come on Chris, feel free to bash them for doing it in low water anyway ;)

I should add that I think you should refer to the Fools Gold thread, it is up to the individuals/group to decide what water level they think is ok, if they had fun no problem, if they scraped down and have half a boat now maybe they'll look at it differently next time.
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Don't judge others by your own standards.

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cswalker wrote:unless they had / were having an epic of some description!
I was almost sticking up for them for once!!!!!!!!!!!!

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unless they had / were having an epic of some description!
I think it was the same guys I passed at dusk? I turned round to check they were OK and they were, but they were getting off because it was too late and some of the group wanted to stop paddling. No epics...

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