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Old March 6th, 2012, 01:07 AM
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kanadajones mentioned something in another thread about the bodies of water he's swum in.

I've been thinking of making a list of signifcant waters that I've been around. . .haven't gotten around to doing it yet.

Make it a game. You get one point for having flown over or driven along it. You get a second point for having been on it in a boat or ship. And you get three points if you've gotten wet in it.

Oceans, seas, lakes and rivers qualify. But be reasonable. We don't count the creek that runs down your back yard. They should at the very least be identified on a credible map. And let's not get into trenches and other sorts of subdivisions of well-known waters. Keep it reasonable.

This ought to keep you busy for an hour or so, Ray.
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Old March 6th, 2012, 10:53 AM
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Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Caribbean Sea
Buttermilk Channel
Jamaica Bay
Hudson River
Colorado River
Mississippi River
Harlem River
Gulf of Mexico
Allegheny River

These are all bodies of water that I have been in . I'm positive that I've forgotten some.
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