Dear Langstone Cutters,
This week I can offer you all two options. The first is a round the harbour type evening row this Monday starting at 8pm for say an hour to hour and a half, with a drink at the Royal Oak to finish off what should be a really nice evening. For afficionados of statistics weather is Sunny with poss of light rain, 16C 9mph wind and HT 21.40hrs. Just turn up at the mill if you want to go for this row, possibly with a note on the forum .
The main row will be on Thursday starting at 10am at the Mill, with a trip to Emsworth. Sunny intervals, only 6mph wind so should be glorious for a good fitness regime. Perhaps row out to view East Head and Thorney Island with possibility of seeing some seals. Stop in Emsworth for refreshments at Flintstones.
Please register your interest on the forum. Hope you can join me.
hello Cheryl, Thank you for your post, whilst I cannot guarantee getting back by 2.45 once we have rowed, lunched, rowed again and then put the boats away it is usually around 3 to 4 and a half hrs on the Emsworth trip so you should be ok.
I will obviously understand if you do not want to take the risk, however you are welcome to join us on Thursday for what should be a good time.
Hi Richard, time wise it's a bit close for comfort so I will have to "cry off" this time sorry. I have to be there for the Grand Kids as there mum is away. Ron and I look forward to rowing with you soon, hope you all have a good row.
Re: This weeks mid week rows incl. an evening option
No problem, Chris, we will need a few more rowers though as at the moment there are only four of us. Nice change to row the old barge anyway. If you know who the regular Claydon enthusiasts under Mark Taylor perhaps we could send them all an email in case they can make Thursday morning. Note that Nigel still has a damaged hand so in fact we have three active rowers so far. How many do you need for a good row to Emsworth/East Head area & back? Hope to hear from you soon.