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Old 25 April 2013, 15:35   #831
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yeah, north stack is known locally as the washing machine! the waves pick you up, turn you then drop you into a deep hole. keep calm, play the throttle and wait for each wave in front to get to your same level before moving forward. its exciting stuff - been through many times like that whilst the sea either side is perfectly calm!
Yes it does creep up on you, good fun though if you are sensible. People will be wary of going in close to the rocks there but as you say nothing below surface just sheer drop from cliff face. Drop a set of feathers around here loads of pollack
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Yes it does creep up on you, good fun though if you are sensible. People will be wary of going in close to the rocks there but as you say nothing below surface just sheer drop from cliff face. Drop a set of feathers around here loads of pollack
Sounds like it would make a good dive as well

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yeah, north stack is known locally as the washing machine! the waves pick you up, turn you then drop you into a deep hole. keep calm, play the throttle and wait for each wave in front to get to your same level before moving forward. its exciting stuff - been through many times like that whilst the sea either side is perfectly calm!
you can always take the long way round the stacks
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There's a good dive site underneath my boat in the marina if you fancy going down for my crutch ;-)
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yeah, north stack is known locally as the washing machine! the waves pick you up, turn you then drop you into a deep hole. keep calm, play the throttle and wait for each wave in front to get to your same level before moving forward. its exciting stuff - been through many times like that whilst the sea either side is perfectly calm!
Brilliant, hopefully its really violent!!
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Seriously I am bringing my gear with me as we're hoping to dive Vivien quarry in llanberis on the Sunday. If you do want the crutch back happy to have a look on Sunday before we leave

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MY your going to be a busy boy after diving on mikes crutch you diving in Vivien is Amanda aware of you sexual activity's
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I have got a new pair now, thanks for the offer though Neil. I do need the anodes changing though ;-)
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