[OSS Oxon] Evenlode - exploratory swim - Sunday

Bob Bradley swimmer at hardybee.com
Fri Sep 3 17:44:02 BST 2010

Yep - Subject to sorting timings to fit & Wendy not being too fed up at me
disappearing as soon as she gets home!

On 3 September 2010 12:00, James <james.lowe at datacore.com> wrote:

> hello,
> Is anyone still up for this, this Sunday?
> James
> On 26/08/2010 15:52, Laura wrote:
>> Hi All
>> We are planning an exploratory swim down the Evenlode this coming Sunday
>> (a bit like the one that was done on the Thame last month!).
>> This will be a mixture of swimming / walking / scrambling / climbing
>> over trees - great fun - but definitely not for first timers and less
>> confident people or those wanting to just get their head down and swim.
>> Worth having a wetsuit and booties (or shoes that you can wear and swim
>> in)
>> We are planning on meeting in Combe about 11ish Sunday morning and doing
>> a stretch about 3km. We have yet to check out entrance and exit points
>> so this might change slightly - we are going to check it out Saturday.
>> There will probably also be some walking to and from these points
>> If you are interested in joining us - please can you mail me your mobile
>> number so I can text you final details on Saturday (we are away camping
>> from tomorrow night so won't be on email).
>> Thanks
>> Laura (and Mike)
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