Nope but I am finally going back to the water this summer.
Hope you have a great time!
Sounds like a great time :)
It's a must unless you are fearful of the water...
Nope. Just don't tell anyone. Nobody asked me in the forces, they all merely assumed I can.
I think that they already know. .. after all your avoid of deep puddles.
They merely thought, that I had been cursed with voodoo by a black cat in Blackpool once upon a time.
So the black cat, in blackpool was using black magic, which lead you to black humor, correct?
Black magic lead to black dogs, that chased black rocks, before Joe Black had his first spoonful of peanut butter. That's all I know, haven't had the chance to read the script properly. Oh, and there was something about puddles and pools, maybe even pool tables...
Oh, I did read that one part had the black Sea involved as well.
Yup. Growing up with beaches so close, I kinda have to xD
Oh they're close to you? That's awesome :)
That's where fish like to catch their prey... watch out for them sharks :p
Lucky I haven't seen many... and the ones I've seen are small (though the small ones can still take a good junk off).
I've had more problems with crabs and seagulls as pest. Once in a blue moon jellyfish (or plastic bag that might of been a jellyfish)... then fish.
But yeah there had been jelly fish there at times (not often) but enough you wanted to watch out for those plastic bags.
I haven't counted, in part because I'm not 100% sure they were sharks. But I've seen some fish which I thought were small sharks. But they were so small, a person could hold them if they were knocked out, but still I didn't want to take a chance with my toes.
Yeah I've heard nurse sharks are one of the tames and best sharks to interact with, if you are going to interact with sharks... of course as you found out, that's before they decide to stick their nursing needles in you
I'm happy wherever there is water!
Yep. I still swim a half mile at the Y a couple times a week. It's one workout that doesn't screw up your joints.
I wish I could swim like I used to.
I had to work my way up again. It's just getting my ass to the Y that is the hard part. Ha1
Yeah I have that and a shoulder injury that didn't fully heal right. I can still swim but I can't fully complete strokes perfectly correct.
If it was rotator cuff, my sympathies. I had that one performed. It was one of the most painful, difficult surgery I've ever been thru.