I can see a few pylons free. There is a notice advising, and i was told, when i go sailing, to leave a line between the poles. I pat a weekly rate and the rope
means someone is paying for that space. Anyone who takes a space when someone is paying for it..so i am told..may find a slipped mooring
. The best way is to ask the council if a spot is taken. The rope
the tide.between the pylon makes it easy to come in and out regardless of the tide. Is a great idea.
As for the ferry
wake, not much of a big deal. Much less than normal tides. I am in the middle pylons so i dont get much. I cant say i really notice it that much...when i do, its only for 10 seconds.
The person comming up for medical
treatment, give me a shout when you come up. There are a few doctors on these pylons. Not that you would tell. Daggy Tshirts and bombay bloomer shorts were my clothes for the day. The ferry
accross the water
is free with pay for service
ones running as well.
are there. I am on B12( not the vitamin)
My high point for the day was stopping the overflow possibility from the head
. I also see the masserator blade and my magic bullet blender share the same blade. Made me think twice when mixing lol
Everyone seems nice. Some keep to themselves of course.
I think the only issue i have at times is the conjested tender mooring
and that you cant leave your tender
out after dark as the losers steal the tenders. This gate is not locked.
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