[OSS Oxon] Saturday morning, Oxford?
Louise & David
lou.david at virgin.net
Tue Mar 8 00:23:07 GMT 2011
Hi - I'm very keen on some swimming, but don't think the stretch along there is much use as it's busy with rowers and pleasure cruises etc. Others may know different. Also can't do Saturday mornings. Enjoy if you do get a swim.
On 7 Mar 2011, at 22:51, rebecca wills wrote:
> Hi Bryn, James,
> I'm a bit confused by this mail as to who is staying where? Unfortunately I'm away this weekend so can't make it for a dip. Anyway hope you find some swimming buddies, it will be lovely if the weather is the same as this weekend!
> > From: James.Lowe at datacore.com
> > To: bryn.dymott at btinternet.com; OSSOxon at earth.li
> > Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2011 20:08:29 +0000
> > Subject: Re: [OSS Oxon] Saturday morning, Oxford?
> > Bryn,
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: bryn dymott <bryn.dymott at btinternet.com>
> > Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2011 14:00:05 +0000
> > To: James Lowe <james.lowe at datacore.com>, <OSSOxon at earth.li>
> > Subject: Saturday morning, Oxford?
> > >Hi, anyone likely to be in the Thames in Oxford this Saurday morning? I
> > >have the pleasure of an overnight at the Four Pillars Hote,l off
> > >Abingdon Road (opposite the Hinkey Pool) Friday and wondered if I could
> > >gate crash a cold water plunge before I get off home to the Great Ouse?
> > >
> > >It looks like the river runs adjacent to the grounds of the hotel -
> > >anyone know if this is a good swimming spot?
> > >
> > >Regards all, spring is a coming - sometime soon,
> > >Bryn
> > The water literally next to the hotel is not the Thames proper, that's a
> > few hundred metres east - not sure what exactly you are looking at as I
> > haven't been to the 4 pillars to stay. I haven't swam that part (we plan
> > to do this stretch sometime this year swimming the Thames between the
> > Oxford Ring Road north to south) but have swum extensive north of the city
> > so I expect it to be similar, but I expect this will be busy with rowers -
> > probably - you can see the boat house on the other side of the river but
> > swimming wise, if it is anything like the Thames further up it will be
> > fine, the grounds that are either side are owned by the colleges so you
> > don't tend to get the detritus you can on more public ground.
> > The public foot path is on 'the hotel side' of the river so you can walk
> > back all the way, what I am not sure about are access points in and out.
> > Hope this helps.
> > James
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