[OSS Oxon] Good Friday Catchups - Swims 18, 19 and 20.
susan.login at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 5 21:18:38 BST 2012
Hi Chris and Chloe
I'm afraid the Neoprene Ninja can't join you on this occasion going to be freezing in the Orkney Islands over Easter. I need to catch up on the Jan and Feb swims but will wait until the sun comes back again is that some time in August? Enjoy - S
From: seedy at breakingglass.net
To: OSSOxon at earth.li; ossrats at earth.li
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 19:01:10 +0100
Subject: [OSS Oxon] Good Friday Catchups - Swims 18, 19 and 20.
Myself and Chloe will be doing the stretch from Folly Bridge to Kennington on Friday evening which was previously done in December, January and February as swims 18, 19 and 20.
We will meet in the Health Centre car park in Kennington opposite The Tandem pub at 4pm on Friday 6th April 2012:
Once changed, we will do the (rather long) walk up to Folly Bridge and then swim back – a distance of just under 3.5km. This should get us finished in time to then zoom across town to meet up with the Full Moon swimmers at Godstow Lock for a quick (possibly non-wetsuit!) second dip.
Anyone is welcome to join us for any or all of the above swim. It would be helpful if you could let me know if you are planning to come along.
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