Going out in the storm

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Mudlover74
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Going out in the storm

Post by Mudlover74 »

I'm off to my favourite mud spot tonight for a bit of mud in the storm. Full wet weather gear, waders and rubber gloves. Anyone else like a bit of extreme weather?
Get your boots on.....!

Rainworshipper
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Re: Going out in the storm

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I will be out in it for a while this evening. The heavier rain the better. No mud at this time of year, I need a splash in the river to get cleaned up afterwards and it is too cold and the river will be too high and too dangerous now.

Mudlover74
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Re: Going out in the storm

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Rainworshipper wrote:
January 14th, 2020, 4:22 pm
I will be out in it for a while this evening. The heavier rain the better. No mud at this time of year, I need a splash in the river to get cleaned up afterwards and it is too cold and the river will be too high and too dangerous now.
I'm lucky where I am, it's a muddy sports field with a drainage ditch alongside. And some big puddles to wash off in.
Get your boots on.....!

Saltmarsh_Drifter
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Re: Going out in the storm

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Being out in heavy rain and wearing raingear for its intended purpose is really satisfying. The feeling of protection is just wonderful. It's even better when there's mud around too ;)

rukkacrazy
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Re: Going out in the storm

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I was out today in extreme wind and rain , my long blue shiny rukka was really protective and i loved how it feels when wind and rain hits it so hard

rainwearseeker
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Re: Going out in the storm

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whenever it rains i always either wear a long raincoat or a rainsuit but wearing rubber boots and gloves are always needed.

spitfire617
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Re: Going out in the storm

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Saltmarsh_Drifter wrote:
January 15th, 2020, 8:50 pm
Being out in heavy rain and wearing raingear for its intended purpose is really satisfying. The feeling of protection is just wonderful. It's even better when there's mud around too ;)
Southend would have been good on Monday!
But could not get there!

Anotherraincoat
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Re: Going out in the storm

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Yes, was out in the storms , with knee length black pvc cagoule, and yellow raincape , great evening, fully protected with the rain lashing onto cape

spitfire617
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Re: Going out in the storm

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Anotherraincoat wrote:
January 16th, 2020, 10:38 am
Yes, was out in the storms , with knee length black pvc cagoule, and yellow raincape , great evening, fully protected with the rain lashing onto cape
Nice!

annabell-cagoule
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Re: Going out in the storm

Post by annabell-cagoule »

Was out doing chores in the garden in my purple nylon cagoule, navy blue over trousers and stripy wellies, got soaked through and loved every minute of it.
Lets get swishy!

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