Perhaps Edinburgh has introduced a 10mph speed limit too????
What a load of absolute 'poppycock' ( I know, but an 'oh Really!' is a bit naff too eh?). He gets a bit of a boom in sales and one report from a prospect who is 'thinking' of moving and it's because of the speed limit.
People are buying holiday homes instead of moving at the moment because on average it costs about "£20 - £30,000 to move and are therefore investing in forms of leisure instead. This guy should get his act together and understand his business then maybe he would have had a boom a while ago.
So Whitecross bay is teaming with people who want to buy log caravans and put a boat in their Marina. Something does not ring true unless they are bucking the entire trend of the whole country.
Me thinks this is a little sales mans pitch......but you never know!!
So how are things up there? I have not returned since the day I removed my boat. I have not even been on any water since. My life is without meaning or purpose...(Maybe I should get therapy and invite the LDSPB boys along, looks like they need help as well!)
Come on Ian, they arnt going to change it now, we all know it's 10 mph on Windermere, come on lets make the change you now that your boat will sail just as well on salty water.
Be brave make the move then you can open her up again?? /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif