Originally Posted by HUMBER P4VWL
Dry suits are OTT IMHO. It's also far less embarrassing getting a beer at watering holes in a normal jacket, rather than looking like an SAS or 007 wannabee!!!!!! Some places don't let you in.
There speaks a man whos rib is tied to a bouy and is a fine weather boater
, last weekend in Aberdovey it took me and Joe 25 mins to get the rib on to the trailer. we had a very fast out going low tide and i was up to my shoulders in the water trying to keep domino straight it was raining and not many people about, a good time to have a dry suit on i was thinking.
It was impossible for me to drive it on with only a 15 year old with me the tide was low and lots of ditch's to get stuck in
. "YOU SHOULD TRY IT SOME TIME" we dont look on our selfs as SAS or 007 wannabee's. We are out most weekends no matter what the weather, if something went wrong you have to give your self the best chance Aberdovery is a great place but full of Gin and tonic drinkers who wont go out if the wind blows more than 5mph maybe you should move here