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... too quickly. The water rushed in, hit the back gate and I went shooting forward into the front gate. Reverse wasn't quite strong enough to stop it. Going down, with the lock emptying is much quicker but has its own tricky bits - keep forward of the cill. If the stern of the boat gets caught on this you can imagine what happens! One sunk boat! There are scary diagrams at each lock. I've posted a photo of it. We went through Somerton Lock, ...
... room for four more?" She said ok if you hurry up, so we all stepped into the boat and her driver took us across with herto the other side of the Thames. It turned out that she was the owner of the "Bounty" the pub we were having a drink at. It was hilarious! So we strolled from there back to the car and back to Joyce and Malcolm's to relax before going out to dinner. Rod chatted with Malcolm and I sought more information from ...
... given some good tips about what to see if you needed to prioritise as I did, so I chose to have a closer look at Christ College. Some parts were closed - exams in progress- but I walked through the main quadrangle and spent some time in the Cathedral, which has beautiful stained glass. I then walked down to the river, where there are lovely views to Merton College, then continued on to see the Sheldonian Theatre and the Radcliffe Camera (which is not a DSLR, but a reading ...
... on our route. This was very cool and so much more impressive than we all thought- this was worthy of a full day of time, although we could only spend a few hours. We definitely didn't see everything. We had to get moving as we had to be in Banbury by 4-6pm for arrival at our Bed and Breakfast - Uplands House. Far into the country this is a beautiful home beside a farm. We were greeted by the proprietor, Poppy Cooksy, who showed us ...
Still sniffling and snuffling, I packed a small bag of essentials, slung my hoop and headed off to Oxford on a bus for my next big adventure. It's fair to say that I had not prepared for this portion of the trip at all and even if it had occurred to me to do so, I wouldn't have known how because I had no idea what to expect. When you accept an invitation to go camping and canoeing from former-wild-child and anarchist, Liam Cooper, you've got to be prepared for anything, I ...