Diary

All around Howick and Beadnell for a weekend diving

With one thing and another (back issues) my diving has been limited to places where I can take my gear in a wheelbarrow.....yes it looks comical but its a simple equation.........no wheelbarrow = no diving

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Babbacombe.....end of break round up!

That's my whack, four days and six dips at Babbacombe, time to pack up and away North to Gods Country

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Its Spring Bank Holiday and that means one thing.....Babbacombe!

We come down to Babbacombe every spring bank holiday and have done for a few years, for a break and some 'different' diving

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What a day for the 'scrap', or what a bloody toxic mess, you choose!

I can't say I've ever had a day like it as you shall find out.....

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The poor mans Ernest Cox, or something like that!

It was a bit hit and miss today when I finally got back in the water from the North Side of Beadnell Point, not that conditions had worsened, sure we now had a little chop and strong southerly but that hadn’t impacted

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All around the 'Little Rock' at Beadnell

For those who aren't fully aware, if you go along Beadnell Point at, or about low tide the first 'secondary reef' pokes its nose above the surface, not far, maybe ten yards from the main point at the seaward end, this is 'Little Rock'.

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The North Side of Beadnell Point, the gift that keeps giving!

It’s the gift that just keeps on giving, that is the North Side of Beadnell Point, a small area with the remains of several wrecked vessels, certainly MV Yewglen, probably parts from ST Mistley, well the boiler anyhow and of course a few wooden vessels which have only left rudder pintles dotted about, oh and of course the odd ‘trinket’

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