Going Dutch

xseler

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A picture is worth a thousand words --- even if they're German (or Dutch....)!

Nice look'n setup.
 

Ludwig II

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Don't let them hear you say that, they'll be terribly offended; as the heading says, going DUTCH :)
 

Otero

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I've seen that unit before surfing around. It inspires me to build
something similar go with my pf4000 & belt kit. That would be a
cool seltup on a lazy river. Pictured is a mock-up of my touring
configuration. I'm thinking I've got a large HD inflatable kayak I
could convert into pontoons with a frame of some sort.

*( it's in stealth mode with engine covered.)
 

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Otero

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Some interesting configurations, but the life rafts might be a challenge to
maneuver.
Just when I thought I was all set to go on my agricultural nomad tour,
planting slash & not burn, random gardens; now I have to figure out how
to be amphibious as well. If I were Dutch, I wouldn't need the motor,
but the the U.S. is neither flat, nor small with a wonderful cycling
infrastructure. They are so much further evolved than we are here!
I can recall when we were the best educated country in the world: now
we're 10th...behind Poland! Canada is number one. Will we ever be
civilized?
:(