The course of action:

The intention was to make a paddle down the Grand Canyon. Volunteer to go first. Starting to paddle about thirty feet upstream from the big wave.

The result:

The boat flipped, The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped 50 The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped. The boat flipped. The boat flipped.

The lesson:

The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped. The boat flipped, The boat flipped?

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