21 July 2010

Winter rolls with Adventuretess

Here in the Southern hemisphere we are in the dead of winter.
It's the time of the year when the water of Moreton Bay is the clearest but also the coldest.
Most powerboater don't venture out in Queensland relatively mild conditions (ocean temps around 20C) and leave a lot of popular spots free of traffic.
On any given summer day my favorite destination is buzzing with the noise of the engines; in winter I can often enjoy solitude.

Dressed in little more than a light fleece and a windproof top I like to roll in the clear waters.

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1 comment:

  1. Down here in Tassie it is currently 10.7 degrees C in the Derwent. We practise lightly dressed in a neoprene balaclava, neoprene gloves, a light Kokotat drysuit and a full one piece pile thermal.......and the rolls are really quick! :-)



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