a warm welcome to YD,*********then boring feckin b*ll*cks**************** out the couple of things.
It happened to me as well, I found it helpful to blow out of my nose when I removed the mask, and not to try an clear it with one big blow rather a couple of smaller ones. This has the added effect of slowing the process down which can reduce the risk of mishaps IMOThanks for all the replies folks. Re: the "Couple of things" I managed to snort some water in my pool training during mask clearence/removal and have now convinced myself I cannot do it. I flatly refused in the open water session at Capernwray. Anyway working on the problem and trying to grow a pair of balls.
No worries, good luck and try to relax and not think about it being make or break situation.Steve,
I know exactly what your'e saying. I've got a couple of sessions in the pool next Tues/Wed and then it's make or break at Capernwray on the 23rd, 24th. I must say as an aside, my instructor has been great.
I take onboard what you're saying Steve, the slower the better but difficult when all you want to do is get the F*****G thing back on.
Thanks for your help Bud.
You got me. The van's not mine though.
P.S Did'nt nick it.