The above postcard shows a couple of rowing boats out on the Keil Burn - just for fun rather than any fishing related activity. Back in the 1920s, the Crusoe Hotel regularly listed 'boating' as one of its attractions and taking a row around this area was likely very popular. The popularity of boating probably lasted for several decades. If you've taken a rowing boat out in this area, please comment. The adverts below from the Courier of 25 June 1923 are for both the Crusoe and the Belmont Temperance Hotel, which I've posted about before. It would only last another two and a half years after this advert was run.
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