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Learn how to improvise a shelter with just a long branch and a canoe.
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Laura: Dick, it really looks like it is about to rain.
Dick: Well, let me tell you something. We got shelter right over my head and that is what we are going to do underneath. That is absurd, no problem. There, now the bar. Okay now Laura, just set the bar here, it is it is going to hold up our roof and I want you step over here just put some pressure against it.
Laura: Okay, so Dick have you ever slept on one of these before?
Dick: I had many times, not only slept under them but I have also use them as we are using it today to get in off the lake and have some shelter from that rainstorm that looking pretty eminent over there.
Laura: Right. Hey Dick, have you ever entertained a lady as either in the canoe or under the canoe?
Dick: I prefer under the canoe, actually but anyhow…
Laura: You brought them in.
Dick Let us go and get a rope. I think Laura is going to like this.
Laura: Dick, it is really turn that well, it is starting to rain.
Dick: Yes, I know.
Laura: But hey, this is how you entertain ladies?
Dick: Well, not just for a cup of tea, I can tell you.
Laura: No really, this is a good idea for shelter, right?
Dick Right, very quick and improvised, yes, what do you think?