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6 minutes ago, vdep217 said:

Not as good as the original but it will work plywood is to expensive now in days to buy just to leave in woods.  Figured I'd get it done while water is low

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Think about walking on that on a wet partially frozen morning .

that’s an accident waiting to happen , and when you fall you will more than likely have one leg between the boards .

plywood can suck too in those conditions .

if slating  the runners use enough to not have such large gaps .

 

pallets are free all over , and can get a lot of mileage stripping them down .

 

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7 minutes ago, hammer4reel said:

Think about walking on that on a wet partially frozen morning .

that’s an accident waiting to happen , and when you fall you will more than likely have one leg between the boards .

plywood can suck too in those conditions .

if slating  the runners use enough to not have such large gaps .

 

pallets are free all over , and can get a lot of mileage stripping them down .

 

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I'm going to put more planks to close gaps.  The ply wood would get slippery but if you look the plants are textured and I did it for thst reason.  Ice normally dosnt build on it .  Normal water height is just below n the thermals keep it from freezing even the puddles in that area don't freeze

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