I know they wear those wet suits or whatever they're called, but I don't know how those whatever they're called suits keep them from freezing to death. It was 67 degrees here this afternoon (yeah, I'm bragging).Love,Janie
Janie, good question and I will let you in on one way to keep warm in those suits in the cold water....pee, yes pee, inside them!! It's amazing how how this works!! Ron and I took a scuba course in the north Atlantic in March many years ago.....the instructor tols us all that this was a very good way to stay warm. there you have it Janie!!The suits do keep one warm without the pee. Some very devoted surfers wear 'dry suits' and don't have to worry about any of this.
Well. I didn't expect that.
Nice view, Jim, or very dedicated surfers!
Nothing stops these surfers if there is a good surf happening out there, Martha.
Echoe Martha here , they must very dedicated,great photos Jim!
That they are, Lorraine. A very dedicated lot. I guess the 'high' they get from surfing is just wonderful.......just you and the sea.
Poor surfers. To me, sometimes finding a wave (not even the perfect one, just a wave) seems like so much work.
Mitchell, we say the same thing when we see these guys and gals trudging up hills and over rocks to get to the sea. Then we notice that they are 'kids' compared to us!
Looks pretty lonely out there today. I hope business is doing better for you than those surfers looking for waves.
No luck finding a wave, but it makes a nice picture.
These guys must be hardcore, going out to surf in the cold Nova Scotian water!!!!! Have a good one, Jim!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.