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... upstream to fill the pound. Carl said this was a rare occurrence and that the water had escaped overnight and he was going to contact the water board to report the issue as there is a possible leak).
* Left again.
* Weather cleared up from the morning and night rain.
* Stopped at Fenny Compton (another nice canal side pub) for a drink and ice cream.
... in Ecuador when she and several others did the previous stage together, so now that I was back in the UK I really wanted to do the next one with her.
Instead of using the motorway, we decided to travel to Oxford the original way. This meant going through Berkhamstead High Street, past all the old coaching inns, before following A-roads past Tring, Aylesbury and Thame. As we went past Thame we kept our eyes out for pigs, but we didn't see any. There always used to ...
... she'd accidently locked herself out, and then I went with Oonagh our Med Sci teacher to check on Erica. All quiet on the Pembroke front.
I talked to Joe and Natalie about tonight, and we all agreed that this is what OxTrad should be like all the time. Nights like this are what made me want to come back this year, and any stress or negativity needs to just be put away so we can have more nights like this, because we have too few already.
... Our ride home was sloppy in rain. Just after we got tucked in we experienced a whopping English thunder and lightening storm. Reminded us to make sure to pack our rain gear for tomorrow. Hopefully tomorrow will be a little more interesting and will hold the interest of the group so that we don't cheat anymore.. But the cheating was worth it as the gardens were interesting. June 14 The weather looks threatening in spots but there is blue sky. Confusing. So after a meagre ...
... towards the hotel and stopped at what turned out to be our "local" -- Head of the River on St. Aldates. They had good beers on tap and leather chairs to kick back in and read the paper (see pic).
On Wednesday, we did some more sight-seeing... and pint-drinking. We walked the beautiful grounds of Christ Church, including the tree-lined path to the Thames River, and came out on High Street -- which is the UK-equivalent of ...