To: "Bob Way" <>, "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Seasickness
From: "Ross Silcock" <>
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 08:29:03 -0600
Bob and B-Ozzers:
I've noticed the same thing. Not sure why the gender difference, but I
suspect that seasickness might be related to some extent to
apprehensiveness; folks who are a bit nervous about being out on a boat seem
to get seasick a bit more.  Maybe males try to overcome their
apprehensiveness by being more gung-ho and active when out on boats?  (Just
a few unscientific thoughts!)

Ross Silcock
Tabor, Iowa, USA

New Zealand Land and Pelagic Trips

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