How did you get on (photo-wise), what location(s) did you get to and what did you think of the place?
Well, Saturday was a washout as you know, although Neil and I managed a tour of most of the island I think, apart from the area everyone else went to . A few locations were noted for any return visit. Sunday saw us at Parys Mountain, a quite extraordinary place. A vast abandoned open-cast copper mine, perfect for using up a bit of Velvia on multicoloured rocks against a deep blue sky. Shame I had to leave just after lunch as it had turned into a nice fine day, but the subsequent week on the Dorset coast made up for it.
How can you afford tenterhooks on a student loan?! :o
Let's just say I dabble in a bit of back hand Tenterhook dealings. I can get you some if you're interested Frank - they're the best quality and from a reliable source - none of you're cheap imitations here. Just let me know. Don't tell everyone though or they'll be queueing down the street.
The skyhook set is incredible.
I was using the moonbolt set first but had a problem hooking the bolts in the moon because of the soft surface of the moon.
I tried coating the moon to make it harder but that did not work, the bolts kept slipping and I was getting complaints from NASA for scratching the moon.
also you need longer chains with the moonbolts, I can hook the skyhooks anywhere I want.
a great product. I hope we dont run out of sky in the future. Until that happens I will keep on using my skyhook set.
"People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.