Dilham and Mince Pies.

This was an expedition to remember. Thanks to Richard for the following report:

“Tom, Richard, David. Barry and Tony set off from base and headed for Dilham. The weather was overcast, light winds and 12 degrees as arranged by Tom.

An uneventful row and only one Marsh Harrier spotted. Once we got to the 3 mph sign before Dilham, we shortened oars and continued to the outskirts of the village before mooring up for refreshments. Tony kindly provided homemade mince pies, the first of the season for most.

The wind started to pick up so we headed back to Barton Turf. The wind freshened further and the balmy 12 degrees felt more like minus 12. The crew encountered some challenging stints against the blow but powered through in true CRAB style.

45 minutes up to Dilham, 50 minutes back. Well done crew!!”