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... Tonight we found out that the only pub/ restaurant in town no longer serves food so the Cotswold Walks people arranged for a taxi to take us somewhere for dinner. Our taxi arrived and carried us off to Stroud for dinner at The Old Fleece. Obviously the main industry here in the past was the woolen trade...old mills etc. everything is named something to do with wool and sheep. The menu was varied so everyone was happy. During dinner the rain started and we heard some ...
... a contemporary Scots playwright's perspective on Macbeth, the sequel, and bought tickets for the matinee. A brief stop at the Eagle and Child, the pub where the 'Inklings', CSLewis and Tolkien etc, drank, shared writing and argued theology. My home turf, sat in a carved seat, felt it. To create a culture where good faces wrong with courage no matter how little we feel. Walked back to the play. The lady Macbeth, Gruarch was ...
... out that there is a way from bridge 177 which is just ahead of us so will give it a try in the morning when the weather is cooler.
One thing I did manage to do today was to go off for a forage while Bryan prepped dinner for tonight and I came back with a small bag of elderberries. Have seen masses of fruit on the trees and some ready for picking. Typically I had to have a real hunt once we had stopped for the day.
... total of six. The man from BW arrived just before 10am, having already been to open the bottom lock. We were third in the queue, and after the second lock, which we had to set first, the remaining locks all had boats coming the other way, so we didn’t have to set the locks or close the gates after ourselves. We arrived in Cropredy and moored above the lock for an early lunch and to visit the shop for a few bits. Walking back to the boat we found ...
... to go out and make the most of the rest of the afternoon, so wandered through lovely Oxford, looking at all the old buildings, being told that there wasn't room for me in the tours I wanted to do and hanging out with a whole lot of little kids in the Natural History Museum! I saw a big T-Rex skeleton and pretty butterflies and amazing stones and every animal you can think of... it was actually quite fun, just a bit dorky to do by yourself as a 21 ...