[OSS Oxon] [OSS RATS] Full Moon - Timing Poll

Pam Jones pamjones at btinternet.com
Mon Jul 11 08:59:44 BST 2011

Perhaps we can do a quick dip after supper so that we actually swim in moonlight – assuming that we don’t have cloud cover of course.




From: ossrats-bounces at earth.li [mailto:ossrats-bounces at earth.li] On Behalf Of Chris Dalton
Sent: 08 July 2011 14:11
To: OSSOxon at earth.li; ossrats at earth.li
Subject: Re: [OSS RATS] [OSS Oxon] Full Moon - Timing Poll


Hi All,


Show of hands needed here.  Moonrise on the 15th is at 21:04 which brings on something of a dilemma.  Do we:


A)   Meet early, say 19:30, and swim before moonrise - followed by pie and chips.  We could then go and pay homage to the moon on foot afterwards.  Or

B)  Meet late, say 20:30 and swim to see the moon rising over the meadow.  This may be a bit late for some people and is likely to lead to us missing pie and chips afterwards.


If you indicate preferences directly to me ASAP I will adjudicate and publish the details.




From: Chris Dalton <seedy at breakingglass.net>
To: OSSOxon at earth.li; ossrats at earth.li
Sent: Wednesday, 6 July 2011, 19:26
Subject: [OSS Oxon] Full Moon

Hi All,


What with all the Swim the Thames-ing that’s been going on this year I feel we have been slacking a bit in the Full Moon department.  Seeing as I can’t make the Swim the Thames next weekend as I’m going to be playing at being a tri-ath-lete I was wondering if anyone was up for a Full Moon dip somewhere on Friday 15th?





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