I’ve collected photos of today’s Dook into an album on Flickr and posted a few here. If anyone else has photos to add, please email them to me (bjagnew[at]gmail.com.
Anne P and Maria, founders of the “Nifty Knotters”, have some fantastic news to share:
Following on from a hugely successful Halloween and Christmas sales period we are delighted (and astounded) to be able to transfer £473.50 to Marion today, which is going to bring our running total to a staggering £2200.
We are extremely grateful to all the generous buyers of the keyrings, doorstops, Christmas decorations and gnomes. We are also extremely grateful for the enthusiastic sellers of all these items, and the makers, and we are particularly grateful to Frances also, for her lovely knitted Christmas puddings, and to Liz and Tansy for their innovative ideas and tireless manufacturing skills. Things have been a bit hectic at times, so a well deserved rest is taken now.
There are still items for sale in the shed and in “Down the Hatch”, and the monkeyfist piggybank will always reward you with a big smile!
Many thanks to all, and a Happy New Year!
Rachel reports: Hello everyone. We are ready now for 2019 tides !
Tuesday January 1st 2019
Low: 05.07 — 1.6m High: 11.00 — 5.0m Low: 17.28 — 2.0m
(Loony Dook row – crews to meet at the shed at 11.30am)
L: 06.09 — 1.6m H: 12.01 — 5.1m L: 18.33 — 1.8m
L: 07.01 — 1.5m H: 12.56 — 5.3m L: 19.26 — 1.6m
L: 07.42 — 1.5m H: 13.46 — 5.4m L: 20.10 — 1.5m
L: 08.14 — 1.4m H: 14.31 — 5.5m L: 20.44 — 1.4m No early training
L: 08.12 — 1.4m H: 15.10 — 5.5m L: 20.19 — 1.3m
Very best wishes everyone for a Happy and Healthy 2019. Another year of many rowing opportunities to look forward to.