[OSS Oxon] Swim at Dorchester and/or Little Stoke this eve and/or tomorrow eve (Mon 1st / Tues 2nd)

Linda Cole linda_cole at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Aug 2 15:20:58 BST 2010


I should be able to do today (toddler permitting), but wouldn't be able 
to do tomorrow.  I don't have much open water experience yet (but I have 
got the bug!!)  Dorchester on Thames would be easiest for me to get to 
by that kind of time.

Keep me posted.


James inscribed the following text on 02/08/2010 13:34:
> Hello,
> If anyone wants to join me either doing a pottering gentle breast 
> stroke or head-down crawl then I can be at either of these two spots 
> between 19:30 to 19:45 start - the swim would be no longer than about 
> an hour.
> Temps are nice at the moment and so you can either suit-up or not.
> I don't have any preference which spot I go to as they are both great 
> , both straight, deep and wide and both suit all levels of swimming.
> They are easy to get to, to park at and to change at as well.
> Dorchester on Thames
> http://www.multimap.com/s/OP5NAFHP
> This is marked where the lay-by is.
> Little Stoke
> http://www.multimap.com/s/jkX7c9vf
> This is where we would park - there is a track down to the 'Old Dairy' 
> which is a 2 minute walk to the river, it's very secluded and peaceful 
> here.
> If anyone wants to join me on either day let me know which you prefer, 
> else you'll have to take pot-luck and look for my Green Polo if you 
> turn up on the day.
> Either way I'll be there between those times.
> Only reply if you intend coming.
> Thanks
> James
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