Cincinnatus grabbed the side in order to keep his balance, but the oarlock
came off in his hand, and, neck-deep, among a thousand speckled flowers, he began to swim, got tangled, began sinking.
A small boat, approximately 4 m in length, fitted with two oars and oarlocks
This was an incredible fold-up boat with two aluminum oars attached by small wing-nut oarlocks
Fallen trees become split-rail fences; old oarlocks
become wind chimes.
Going downwind, there is "no noise at all except the creak of the brass oarlocks
Eugenia Bartlett had sworn she'd heard the creak of her oarlocks
as she rowed back through the mist early one morning just before dawn.
Once the paint has dried, add the pair of oarlocks
He heard the knock of the oars in the oarlocks
, the flat slap of the blades on the water.
The handles of its mismatched oars were lodged in slings fashioned of water-willow twigs instead of oarlocks
With help from Larry Duncan, our York boat coach from Norway House, we learned how to row together, pulling the oars in synch with the pacer, and listening for the sound of the oarlocks
Searing cold, driving rain, blowing snow and ice in the oarlocks
tend to pull the best or the worst out of a hunter.
You've got to line up your oarlocks
with those, and follow them into the V-wave, or you're chub-bait in the hole.
I'm going to put the oars into the oarlocks
and begin to row across The Sound.