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[pct-l] roping across water

Sid wrote 

b) flip over onto their back, feet =
pointing downstream,  with the rope held in both hands against their =
chest (HELD, NOT WRAPPED!) and the line feeding back over their =
shoulder. The back of their head will break the current and make a =
little air space for them to breathe. 

I can attest to the fact that this does create an air pocket 
and you can breath.  Also I can verify the forty five degree
angle part.  Never string a rope straight across.  kahley
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