Unicycle Dreams (again)

I had a strange one last night. I tried scuba diving for the first time
yesterday, in a local swimming pool. Last night I dreamt that we were at the
poolside with scuba gear and munis. But I couldn’t do it because I’d forgotten
to bring lights for my muni. Fortunately Paul Selwood had a spare set that fit
my light bracket, so I borrowed them. I can’t remember anything that happened
after that (except that Globalls were involved somewhere - I came quite close to
buying a set at the weekend).


Danny Colyer (remove your.head to reply)
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ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality.” -
Thomas Macaulay (1800-1859)

Re: Unicycle Dreams (again)

Danny,

Fantastic! so you will be entering our Scuba Muni team, we are always looking
for new members - and don’t forget your lights… they are very important and we
won’t let you play WITHOUT them!

Roger


 The UK's Unicycle Source <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Danny Colyer”
<danny@speedy5.freeserve.co.uk> To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Wednesday,
September 27, 2000 10:29 PM Subject: Unicycle Dreams (again)

> I had a strange one last night. I tried scuba diving for the first time
> yesterday, in a local swimming pool. Last night I dreamt that we were at the
> poolside with scuba gear and munis. But I couldn’t do it because I’d forgotten
> to bring lights for my muni. Fortunately Paul Selwood had a
spare
> set that fit my light bracket, so I borrowed them. I can’t remember anything
> that happened after that (except that Globalls were involved somewhere - I
> came quite close to buying a set at the weekend).
>
> –
> Danny Colyer (remove your.head to reply)
> http://www.speedy5.freeserve.co.uk/danny/danny.html "We know of no spectacle
> so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of
> morality." - Thomas Macaulay (1800-1859)
>

Re: Unicycle Dreams (again)

Danny wrote…
>> I had a strange one last night. I tried scuba diving for the first time
>> yesterday, in a local swimming pool. Last night I dreamt that we were at the
>> poolside with scuba gear and munis. But I couldn’t do it because I’d
>> forgotten to bring lights for my muni. Fortunately Paul Selwood had a
> spare
>> set that fit my light bracket, so I borrowed them. I can’t remember anything
>> that happened after that (except that Globalls were involved somewhere - I
>> came quite close to buying a set at the weekend).

unicycleSourceUK <Roger@unicycle.uk.com> wrote:
> Danny,

> Fantastic! so you will be entering our Scuba Muni team, we are always looking
> for new members - and don’t forget your lights… they are very important and
> we won’t let you play WITHOUT them!

But don’t worry too much if you forget them - I tend to bring a spare set which
I think should fit your uni :slight_smile:


Paul Selwood paul@vimes.u-net.com http://www.vimes.u-net.com

Re: Unicycle Dreams (again)

I don’t know about scuba unicycling, but I’ve juggled with scuba weights
(underwater). And you don’t need lights for that.

Oh, and I’d better introduce myself (to everyone except Danny) - Hello, I’m
Beth. Nice to meet you.

Beth.

               In article &lt;h150r8.re.ln@vimes.u-net.com&gt;,
               Paul Selwood &lt;paul@vimes.u-net.com&gt; wrote:

> Danny wrote…
> >> I had a strange one last night. I tried scuba diving for the
first time
> >> yesterday, in a local swimming pool. Last night I dreamt that we
were at
> >> the poolside with scuba gear and munis. But I couldn’t do it
because I’d
> >> forgotten to bring lights for my muni. Fortunately Paul Selwood
had a
> > spare
> >> set that fit my light bracket, so I borrowed them. I can’t
remember
> >> anything that happened after that (except that Globalls were
involved
> >> somewhere - I came quite close to buying a set at the weekend).
>
> unicycleSourceUK <Roger@unicycle.uk.com> wrote:
> > Danny,
>
> > Fantastic! so you will be entering our Scuba Muni team, we are
always
> > looking for new members - and don’t forget your lights… they are
very
> > important and we won’t let you play WITHOUT them!
>
> But don’t worry too much if you forget them - I tend to bring a spare set
> which I think should fit your uni :slight_smile:
>
> –
> Paul Selwood paul@vimes.u-net.com http://www.vimes.u-net.com
>

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Bethan wrote:
>
> I don’t know about scuba unicycling, but I’ve juggled with scuba weights
> (underwater). And you don’t need lights for that.

Ah, but what if it’s dark? Recently I tried juggling underwater in the dark. I
used Astro Balls (cheaper version of Globalls - less risk of damage). The only
just sink, so it’s kind of like scarf juggling except much, much slower. Very
pretty underwater too.

I also tried underwater contact juggling in the dark. Is this a first?

    - Richard

Re: Unicycle Dreams (again)

> Ah, but what if it’s dark? Recently I tried juggling underwater in the dark. I
> used Astro Balls (cheaper version of Globalls - less risk of damage). The only
> just sink, so it’s kind of like scarf juggling except much, much slower. Very
> pretty underwater too.
>
> I also tried underwater contact juggling in the dark. Is this a first?
>
> - Richard
>
>
At last, I’ve got proof that juggling underwater is actually a normal thing to
do (or at least that I’m not the only one!). Though, ummm…no I’ve never tried
contact juggling underwater in the dark. I didn’t think of that one. Beth.

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>Oh, and I’d better introduce myself (to everyone except Danny) - Hello,
I’m Beth. Nice to meet you<

Hi Beth. Nice to meet you too.

Johnny T :smiley:

RE: Unicycle Dreams (again)

> I also tried underwater contact juggling in the dark. Is this a first?

Nobody else has been seen doing it…

jf