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Hi Lisa

You can be the contrasting totty in the photo of all those pink ladies.(Pink deck totty?)

This shoot will of course now have to take place and be after the fermeted beverage sampling has been completed.
That way we may even get some life jacket in action shots too.

Anyone got a re-charging kit on their boat?

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Please, PLEASE, no action shots for the black evening version!  Apart from being bad for the pearls, I can hardly swim and am a scaredy cat when my feet can't touch bottom!  (Hence my deep pleasure in having an auto LJ.)

Really looking forward to this.

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Jan-21-2011 @ 8:39 PM                           Permalink
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Too late Lisa.
I have you in the lens already !

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LOL LOL Blush

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Don't worry Lisa, Salhouse is not that deep and your feet will encounter some lovely sticky, very clingy and very dark claggy mud long before they touch the bottom.

If you fall in don't worry I am sure there will be many gallant gents who will put their beers down, think about jumping in and saving you. Or we may just throw you a life ring (we have three on Malanka)and pick the beers back up..
On Fiona's birthday party last year some lunatic jumped in the pool fully clothed at 02:00 am. can't think who that was!!!!!

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quote:"......
I am sure there will be many gallant gents who will put
their beers down, think about jumping in and saving you
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How could we what a waste of drinking time plus we would
be unable for laughing and it isn,t deep i ll send the
dog in for you

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"your feet will encounter some lovely sticky, very clingy and very dark claggy mud long before they touch the bottom."

Can someone explain exactly how that works???????



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I think mud is the wrong word - I think sludge is a better description.

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When the water is deep enough before you can stand up (on the bottom) your feet, ankles, legs then knees meet the mud before your feet have a firm base to stop you descending.

Did that last August in Salhouse and had to spend 20 minutes or so jumping in to "get rid of the mud" was great fun and both boys (and me) enjoyed it immensely.

The many looks we got from the people whose boat we swam round was very amusing. We loved it and had a fine time, that's why we jumped back in quite a few times!!

All on video so we can look again and again.





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Hi Lisa

You mean that of course the mud is the bottom. Let me say that whilst that may be essentially true, when you are trying to stand up in it. It simply is not an accurate description of the sense of disappointment when the bottom is not as firm as you would wish and the water is deeper than you want...Unless you swim very well (all the family do except Scooby big dog)it can be something of a pucker up moment.

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