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    Senior Member moski's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    wow Moski, that's so cool!

    Now I know who to look for on the street next time I'm in Stockholm

    thanks for posting

    Grizz
    ****, never thought about that
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    Great report, well done. Sounds like lots of fun.
    Thanks
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    Moski,
    That made my morning sweet! Awesome!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    Please let me know if this trip report, sucked, ..
    Huh?!? This report was spot on! Loved it!

    I thoroughly enjoyed the creative HF flag shots. So is the first sighting of an autonomous HF flag in the Andaman Sea or Gulf of Thailand?
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    awesome pic's,,, great fun... That looks like an Alpacka raft... if so, what model? I'm hoping to get the Llama next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeHouse View Post
    awesome pic's,,, great fun... That looks like an Alpacka raft... if so, what model? I'm hoping to get the Llama next year...
    You missed my sig, didn't you
    Yeah, it's the smallest one Alpaca.

    I got it a week before the trip!

    I love my family, no doubt!
    But when, my Koh bubu thing went fubar.
    The Alpacka was my safe heaven.
    Come on, 24 hours holding hands and cuddling for 4 weeks, , that's a strain for all relationships
    Especially with a 5 year kid in the middle.

    I used it almost every day. (evan in the pool)
    I mostly did open water with heavy waves, about 1.5 m.
    But the alpaca handles that very well.
    I had some tip overs at the breaking point of the surf.
    But it is a learning curve and i got better.

    I had some issues though, discussing that with Alpacka at the moment.

    1. The bond of the spraydeck just started to behave like sticky chewing gum.
    2. The seat started to leak, seams like the bonding to the valve just gave up.
    3. One of the attachment points just fell off ?


    To sum it up, i just love my Alpacka
    Just imagine, you take the weight penalty of 2 kg and that makes you able to take you everywhere
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    Fantastic trip report!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Awesome trip report! More pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    You missed my sig, didn't you
    Yeah, it's the smallest one Alpaca.

    I got it a week before the trip!

    I love my family, no doubt!
    But when, my Koh bubu thing went fubar.
    The Alpacka was my safe heaven.
    Come on, 24 hours holding hands and cuddling for 4 weeks, , that's a strain for all relationships
    Especially with a 5 year kid in the middle.

    I used it almost every day. (evan in the pool)
    I mostly did open water with heavy waves, about 1.5 m.
    But the alpaca handles that very well.
    I had some tip overs at the breaking point of the surf.
    But it is a learning curve and i got better.

    I had some issues though, discussing that with Alpacka at the moment.

    1. The bond of the spraydeck just started to behave like sticky chewing gum.
    2. The seat started to leak, seams like the bonding to the valve just gave up.
    3. One of the attachment points just fell off ?


    To sum it up, i just love my Alpacka
    Just imagine, you take the weight penalty of 2 kg and that makes you able to take you everywhere
    Yelp,,, guessed I missed it... WOW! all these problems thats starting. I taked with Turk on here who has several Alpackas, and his comments were excellent with no problems...

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    This is a great post. Thanks so much for sharing. The HF flag scenes were great.
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