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... paid a dude to take us around in a long tail paddle boat. It was the kinda stuff you only see on TV and I was there to experience it firsthand. It was undeniably my favorite part to the day. You float about slamming into other boats like bumper cars at Kennywood. That was great. The locals don't find it too amusing but the tourists exchange smiles with one another. I often wondered how each vendor even competed with one another as they sold almost the same identical thing ...