Re: birding-aus Seasickness - the pelagic disease

Subject: Re: birding-aus Seasickness - the pelagic disease
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 15:15:06 +1100
Russell Woodford wrote:
> >One trick I learnt on the daily train trip to RMIT when I was studying
> >that also works for pelagics is to minimize the motion of your head
> >by "surfing" the boat and keeping your head as upright as possible.
> >As long as you concentrate on the horizon and ignore the apparent
> >(actual!) motion of the boat, the signals from your eyes and ears
> >will closely match - no seasickness.
> So THIS is what train surfing is about - what a way to get to uni!

*sigh*  If you get wet "hanging ten" on the Sandra K or Halicat,
don't blame me!  :-)   

   Paul Taylor                           Veni, vidi, tici -
                    I came, I saw, I ticked.

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