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Old 14 November 2005, 03:53   #11
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well done Roy, i will give it a go in the spring too, need some lessons off of NB's Mrs i think
You want to get in NOW - the water is far warmer in November than it is in spring after its had all winter to cool off again.



http://www.a1surf.com/surfcheck-watertemp.html

Its the idiots who go in the water at easter that scare me
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Old 14 November 2005, 06:17   #12
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These "up the line" lot have no idea Roy, My kids were surfing at Praa sands yesterday, it was warmer in the water than out.
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must admit i was in the water in the summer and it was damn freezing then...........

trouble is we dont have a boat between us at the mo suitable for for wakeboarding behind that is in the water currently, the 4 boats are: being sold/not purchased yet/not suitable/no engine not built!!!!

but it does look a lot of fun........are you sure you havent tampered with the temperature scale on that chart roy.......
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These "up the line" lot have no idea Roy, My kids were surfing at Praa sands yesterday, it was warmer in the water than out.
ahem, cough cough young man

whos boat is in the water and whos is in the barn?

checkmate !!
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ahem, cough cough young man

whos boat is in the water and whos is in the barn?

checkmate !!
Boat might be rat food, but I'm still in the water. We're double 'ard down 'ere! innus boyz?
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congrats ,I found so much more strength needed in wakebaording rather than water skiing!!! goodluck , i intend to continue with my wakeboarding next year in the summer!!
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congrats ,I found so much more strength needed in wakebaording rather than water skiing!!! goodluck , i intend to continue with my wakeboarding next year in the summer!!
Thanks

When your as overweight as I am its extremely hard to get out - most of my failures are down to simply not being able to physically hang on to the rope

I have been on a strict diet of fruit and salad since last saturday as I know every pound I loose will make it a bit easier to get out of the water
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Veggie curry followed by 8 pints of orange juice on Sat eve then Roy?!!
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Errr - Ummm - But - DOH !!!

I might have one night off...

I can handle the veggie curry - but that much orange juice will surely make me ill

Ill have to stick to vodka and slim line tonics or JD and diet cokes all night.
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wakeboarding in holland

in holland whe wakeboard in the canals (like picture 1/2)
there are no waves only from your on boat that's beter fore jumping
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