Spotted near Henagar, AL

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Spotted near Henagar, AL

I was driving through Henagar, AL (NE AL) today and saw a car with what looked like a Starboard Carve/Go headed towards Scottsboro and/or Tennessee River. Anybody recognize who this might be? Small, local highway so not likely someone on their way to someplace else outside the area.

It looked to be breezy but very chilly on the river by Scottsboro when I drove over.

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Re: Spotted near Henagar, AL

Could it have been an SUP board? They now outnumber WS boards by a sizable margin and some of the flashier ones are about the same size as some WS boards.

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It had footstraps. Looked like a recent Starboard Go.

It was breezy and not that far from the TN River so either it was someone on the way for an afternoon session or I was really projecting hard after scanning the water all around Scottsboro. There are some good potential speed spots there on a NE.

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Well I did sell a GO or FF200 (I think it was) to a guy in Alabama a number of years ago. He was an ER doc if I recall right. Didn't strike me as the guy who goes out in February on a high wind day though.

Aside from that - an unidentified driver in an car (no make or model known) with a GO or Carve board on top in Alabama. I'd suggest you get this guy on the job.

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Paul would find the driver before the lunch recess is over. If there wasn't a lunch recess, Perry would have lost half of his probable cause preliminary hearings (rarely were the shows about a trial).

Paul Drake. Jim Drake. Jim worked in CA in the 50s. You think there was a connection?

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Usually, Perry got a confession out of the perp at preliminary hearing which was held to determine if the defendant should be bound over for trial. Usually, the defendant made the mistake of visiting Perry in his office for something else prior to the actual murder. Perry and Paul usually found the body and called the police, specifically requesting Lt. Tragg be sent over and that Hamilton Burger be the DA who would handle the case and press charges for the client. Normally, the murdered person deserved it.

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I used to watch it on the rerun channels at night while doing dishes. I had the timetable down to the min as most episodes stuck to the same framework. Yeah, preliminary hearing - don't know why I couldn't remember that.

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I've been watching them lately. For some reason B&W TV helps to put me to sleep. Of course, so do my youtube videos.

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