a few ways of rescuing a board

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JohnM
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:-)
waverider
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I loved your video John but i'm still shite at rescuing boards.

Mostly because they are either massive or they don't have a handle, 130 X 40 with a handle I can pick up if it isn't one of those North jobs where the handle folds-round.

The last board I tried to rescue was a barn-door style and built for abuse, I just don't have the arms for them.

Fabulous music, my style.
BrightonSurf
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Do you only rescue the board of attractive young ladies? Good karma, yeah right :wink:
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Good effort, great vid!
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Very good, thanks for sharing this!

Don't drink and drive though!!
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Pre-summer bump.

More good karma = many windy days.
Dragnfly
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Can't see it. Can anyone post a direct link, or embed it?

Ta.
JohnM
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Dragnfly wrote:Can't see it
ooer, not sure why :oops: - it is embedded above - this is the direct link

https://vimeo.com/76766974

prob doesn't work on mobiles as i think you have to pay for vimeo plus for that?
Dragnfly
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Sorted. Thanks John. very helpfull. I'm not sure how i would have tackled a surf board/ bootie board.
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