The last few years have seen at least one night swim for small groups of four or five at the most. Last night was the first large scale night swim and one that will likely become an annual event, as everyone loved it. It’s a sign of how popular swimming in Myrtleville has become when you can assemble 31 swimmers – in the dark, lit up like Christmas.
I can never remember all the names of the teletubbies. Always a good quiz question.
Why bother? Fun – and to see this – phosphoresence is beautiful!
Of course phosphorescence is well know to stimulate uncontrollable cake cravings. It was fortunate many swimmers had prepared in advance. No shortage of cakes!
The fire was a great idea – nice focal point on the beach.
For those of us who missed it (insert sad face….mine) – roll on next year. There are lots more pictures on Siobhan Russell’s Facebook page.
I have to say – no smart comments from me this time – occasions like this are what swimming in Myrtleville is all about.