Thanks for posting the link David.
Check out the vision from last year and the venue. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6_BdtxUmdg
Hi, I am Vice-Captain at Melbourne Rowing Club and would be interested in talking to the person who designed and built this landing. Would someone be able to send me his contact details please? Thanks, Allan Driver Mob: 0418 573 803
How the frying pan got there, I have no idea… I was confused by the line when I first heard it, but was informed by the other coxes that that was the line, no ifs no buts!!! Mr Dean, Mr O’Dowd, any light you can shed?
Good luck to all those racing at Nagambie this weekend. The current weather forcast is 29-30 average for this time of year with the normal, yes 25km/h cross/headwind which will favour the outside lanes. http://www.eldersweather.com.au/vic/northern-country/nagambie Look forward to reading the results. GO HOUSE !!
GOOD LUCK all. Sadly I’ll be up at nagambie coaching otherwise I think i’d’ve enjoyed a bit of a spit.
Ahh.. fat camp is back in town. Be wary of Shane and his callipers. Some of the men will be targeting Tuesday and Thursday nights for some ergo work. (5:30pm onwards)
Well done all. It puts the Bolte Bridge to shame. What a team achievement – I don’t know which was harder – designing, building or obtaining permission to install it!
its not a landing.. its an aircraft carrier
Congratulation to the club,Drew and Paul especially for the work you have put in to make this happen.