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    Quote Originally Posted by suz View Post
    lol, dh says the only cure for a bad back is 'canoeing'
    same goes for a cold, heart attack, car accident, etc.
    sheesh, he should have been a doctor--a canoe doctor!
    Oh, do I dare pass this on to friends? And the post about the cure for migraines?

    Sure, why not, feeling brave (see my previous post ).
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    My personal philosophy is that "it takes two to canoe." One, me to guide the canoe up front and paddle. A cute man to thrust the canoe forward with powerful strokes and keep the canoe headed in the right direction. I don't see how one person could handle a full size canoe by herself. They aren't like those little kayaks which are smaller in size. Plus, I don't think I should do much work when canoeing. So I let the man do most of the work. Just have to remember the lines from "When Harry Met Sally."

    I've never known any woman who said that canoeing cured her aches and pains. I do know however, that every man says canoeing is the solution for everything, including the flu.



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    Interesting responses! A lot of them made me laugh out loud. I think canoeing is awesome too, talkofthetown and Heinz57.

    It definitely doesn't CURE the aches and pains, tidy wabbit, but it absolutely helps limit the amount of DOMS I experience after a really hard gym session. And it is just a great way to relax and unwind regardless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tidy wabbit View Post
    Plus, I don't think I should do much work when canoeing. So I let the man do most of the work. Just have to remember the lines from "When Harry Met Sally."
    Whatever floats your canoe... personally, I do not subscribe to the above underlined (mine) theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinz 57 View Post
    Whatever floats your canoe... personally, I do not subscribe to the above underlined (mine) theory.
    Uh it's tongue in cheek, LOL.



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