Posted on Boater Talk (http://boatertalk.com) on 4/17/01 by "Paddler":
All ye Mulberry Fork boaters take note. Although the water is about gone, a few people go up in the afternoon to mess around. I was one of them. Last week I was doing a towel change at dusk and our neighbor had a few choice words for me. Two days later when I went back I had a "little" trouble with my truck upon leaving the river. The problem turned out to be a half gallon of sand, rocks, twigs, leaves, and a little water to soup things up in my gas tank!!!
Please for your own sake use the changing room. Also do not drink at the take-out, smoke a bowl or have words with McCrary. I must point out after McCrary cursed me I simply left. I did not respond in any way as I did not want to provoke him. ;-O A lot of good that did me.
Please get the word out to be careful at the takeout.
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