I am beyond jealous! I have always wanted to row. My daughter did her first year of high school but practice was on the water at 6 every morning. We had to leave our house at 5. It was so dark that she couldn't see where the water stopped. Then a body was found at the lake. No more for her thank you very much. I couldn't even begin to get my boys to try it. I even had the crew coach talking to them daily. Too much work, haThere used to be a women's beginning class but the great guy who taught it had a heart attack out on the water one day. Needless to say, I haven't found anyone else.Post some pictures if you ever get the chance!
Hi there... I FINALLY followed a dream of rowing, my niece is in the same club and I found out they had adult teams that practice @ 5:30 - 7:00 AM, 5 days a week. It took guts - it's NOT easy and some of the women are a little too competitive for me...but I'm determined to stay with it. It's just wonderful to be out on the water. Google it and you may find some new clubs - it seems to be getting popular again. I think if I saw a body, I'd quit too - the Hudson is a little scary and I dread ever tipping, which does happen! Good luck, keep hunting - you may be surprised, sounds like a good time in your life to take this on!
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