Rough Seas

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Shine_Spirit
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Rough Seas

Postby Shine_Spirit » Wed Mar 08, 2017 4:00 pm

Do you dare to practice some radical sport with a very rogh sea?

I remember one time when I went to try to surf in a rather hectic sea. I wanted to have that feeling, unless it was only once in my life... Well, and it really did end up being, because I'm never going to repeat that again. :?

After I almost drowned, I never come near a sea so agitated again. I confess that the adrenaline is incredible, but... No, never again! :shock:
Soul Traveler. 8-)

DR KOKIL AGARWAL
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Re: Rough Seas

Postby DR KOKIL AGARWAL » Fri Mar 10, 2017 1:36 pm

Rough seas are never my cup of tea. Talk about sports...I will not prefer to sit beside a sea which appears to be rough and agitated.

I love beaches and sea but only when they are in low tide and appeal to me. If quiet I can spend hours in it but if I sense any turbulence then I,m the first person to move out.

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Re: Rough Seas

Postby pwarbi » Thu Mar 23, 2017 1:09 am

And I think that is why many people will only usually go out in rough conditions once, but never again! We all crave that adrenaline rush and are constantly trying new ways of how to get that, but there needs to come a time when common sense kicks in and we have to take a step back. Being able to master and conquer rough conditions at sea will certainly give you more sense of achievement but we also have to remember that safety needs to be a priority with any outdoor activity.

We're not talking about falling off a bike here...one mistake in the open water and in rough conditions could be a matter of life and death and I'm not sure that any of us are willing to risk that much in search of a thrill.


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