if you cant beat the wet weather then join it collecting this next week, about the best fun you can have without two wheels
In at the deep end
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and its a suzuki
i hope its not like the suzuki bikes in salty water, wont be much left of it if it is .
I hate them things, I just can't grasp the knack of them at all. Hope you enjoy it tho.
mind you if this weather carries on I might have to learn.
I used to do a bit of water skiing when I was younger as my Dad you used to be a competition skier on a mono board.
Don't think I have enough strength in my pins now
doddle once you get the hang of em, had a few spills myself at first attempts, but at least there is no road furniture like signs and lamp posts to mash you up, if you are going for it.
no road furniture
no, but the waters deep and cold and I have a fear of deep water and what lurks beneath
**they have **
a little strap you hang on your wrist, fall off and it will never be far away no matter how you fall it will keep you bobbing about and besides sharks wont come round here it far to bloody cold .
you carry on
mutant ninja rats in our waters down here
but plenty of snapper turtles that have grown since they were discarded after the Mutant Ninja Turtle craze 20 years ago.....
Snap snap snap........
there wont be many of those where im going[ morecambe] the water is more poisonous than the thames in full flood, nothing is alive in morecambe bay even the people look like the living dead.
Looks like fun old boy
Had a go on one about 10 years ago in some local lakes, Kingsbury water park I think it was?
Fkkin great fun, and it don't hurt when it all goes a bit Pete Tong.....
"Allow me to be the first to offer Dr. Johnson my most sincere contrafibularities! I am anaspeptic, frasmotic, even compunctuous to have caused him such pericombobulation." Edmund Blackadder III
of a danger to other folk in the water than to the rider...watch for cockle pickers.
Kindle not a fire that you cannot extinguish.