Originally Posted by Fenlander
Well only roughly our area... we are clinging onto the western edge of Cambridgeshire in a village near the A1. Know that bit of coast well though as we've been going there on and off all my life. You going to High Lodge? That's a place I've not been but others of our family have. Very tidy and well run.
I know Southwold well... particularly the harbour entrance which can get quite unsuitable for SIBs and looks a small target once you get some way out. Slipway's often muddy too, have you launched from there before?
But all round it's a great area to visit.
I'd buy a Honwave 3.2 air floor too... except for an irrational dislike of the trim tab arrangement and the curvy wheels needed.
Yes, you have guessed, High Lodge where we have been going two or three times a year for the past 10 years, love the place.
I have launched the kayaks from there many times but not the sib although there is a slipway down by the pier but to be honest the sea gets very choppy this time of year with a heavy shore dump so I think the sib will stay at home.
I too hate the air trim tabs, seems like a good idea until you fit the SPECIAL shaped wheels which are twice the price of normal wheels, very tricky when on my own to fit.
Oh well we will have to see what santa brings although we will be at High Lodge for the new year so money already spoken for------------bugger.