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DaveRolaves

Swimmers On The Yare

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Saw about 20 swimmers on the Yare at Hardley on Saturday. They came past Hardley Cross at about 7pm swimming with the ebb tide.

Looked well organised with each smimmer towing an orange marker float. Dont know where they entered the water or where they were going to,

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I don't know where they started from but they finished at Reedham. 

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On ‎27‎/‎05‎/‎2019 at 14:46, garryn said:

I don't know where they started from but they finished at Reedham. 

One can do that with a lot less effort, it's called "drowning"

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I missed this thread the other day....

Are they in training for the Waveney swim or a separate group?

I hear the Three Rivers Swim 2020 is currently in the planning stages.......:default_coat:

 

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I was talking to someone who was with the group who told me they were doing it for fun. Some of them earlier in the evening had Sea Palling Seals written on the back of their tracksuits.

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