The morning of Monday 16th December was cloudy with a hint of sun and a light south Westerly wind blowing across the Broad. Diana, Adrian M, Mark, David and Barry set off towards How Hill on untroubled water. Adrian stroked, David and Mark rowed at three and two respectively and Diana rowed at bow with Barry coxing. A steady rhythm was maintained with a couple of “ten firm” surges introduced to keep things even more interesting. Time passed quickly. The boat raced past How Hill, went round two river bends, before cox and crew turned it to moor up for a well earned break.
The return journey was coxed by Diana with Mark at stroke, Adrian and David in the powerhouse with Barry in the bow. This leg of the expedition was also characterised by some firm rowing. The morning seemed to fly on another very enjoyable outing.