Inflatable rafts are lightweight boats that are designed to float using pressurized gases and are used for ferrying passengers. After the Great War, these boats are commonly found near waterways, usually deflated.
- Rafts are found in a variety of places including in the back of trucks, on the ground, scattered around lake and river beds, or even lodged in a tree.
- There are 120 total rafts in the Appalachian region.
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