Ok that ended successfully, not what I would have suspected by the way the boards flexed.
My exact thoughts! Still, they were all ‘tards.
I suspect that those boards are not pine or fir as the flex was too great for them not to fail. I also suspect that after each use of those boards the fibers will flex and break a bit more reducing the yield strength of the boards until … snap and splosh
Yes, regular wood would have broken.
I waited for the plunge.
I was disappointed there wasn’t one.
Is standard operating procedure?
If it is, I don’t even want to ride on the boat.
They don’t call it the 3rd world for no reason.
They sounded Scandinavian,
Apparently it is in Brazil.
Northern Brazil, speaking Portuguese.
I can imagine the look on the face of the insurance company agent responsible for that truck as he watched… assuming it had any insurance at all.
What a pleasant surprise that outcome was.
It’s all fun and games until someone loses an F150.
Well, a surprise for sure.
What’s the big deal?
Now we know where the term “boarding a ship” originated
Sometimes stupid gets lucky.
That driver had brass balls ….. unlike Iraqi troops.
Why do they sound like they’re from the country Latka Gravas came from in Taxi?
OK maybe I should stop complaining about BC Ferries.
Which reminds me, I’ve been craving a Relic burger and fries at Molly’s Reach.
From the comments section.
“Those boards are made of morning wood”