In response to the questions previously posted about the single concrete footer on the newer GCI's, I think I read somewhere that they do that because of the colder temperatures at some of those locations. It had soemthing to do with the ground freezing during the winter months, and single footers being some 5 or 10 or 20 (I don't really know) feet deep, the freezing land effects the footers somehow. Can't remember where I read or heard this but it sounds plausible. Kinda cool.
i guess new GCI woodie in 2007 is gonna be like twisted one
like Kentucky Rumbler and i can't wait to see what this stuff's
gonna be like! yeah the 2nd Voyage does twisted turns 'n
drops in a row and tons of good pops in the air lol.....!!
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