The New Inn
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Monday 26.05 15
Up the river from Binsey to Newbridge -not that new, built in 13th century! Moored up on the riverbank. Spent the afternoon laying remainder of laminate flooring then evening walk in the sun. Gracie learned to jump off the roof of the boat, as there was no other way for her to get off.
Upstream to Lechlade. Beautifully kept locks all the way and excellent water filling points. Met a lovely lock keeper at Rushey Lock ...
... tramp through a beautiful city of parks, gardens and streets of shops, was to find the rowing facilities and capture some photos for Laura. On the way back we found a Post Office, which was a bonus as these do not seem easy to come by in English towns as there appear to be far less branches than you would typically find sprinkled about New Zealand.
One more coffee at the Ashmolean, and we headed off to Blenheim Palace, home of the Dukes ...
... because I was on hospital duty. The kidney stone student had to stay overnight at the hospital while they tried to decide what to do about her. Erica had spent the morning there with her, and Larry wanted someone to swap out with Erica, so I volunteered. Even though I was there all day yesterday, I felt like I got to know the girl a little bit, so I was ok with going.
She had been moved to the urology ward when I arrived, so she ...
... were that I am foremost a planter, i.e. someone who focuses on coming with creative ideas, i.e. thinking outside of the box. Secondly I am a Monitor and Shaper. A Monitor evaluates ideas logically, objectively, analytically. Shaper are change and action driven, passionately and vigorously. (More on the roles e.g. here.)
All of these team roles have their own strengths and weaknesses. Given the ...
... to bump into of the college's graduation. You could just tell the people that attend Oxford are extremely intelligent (and mostly very wealthy). Reverend Moody told us that if we could find Turf Tavern (without cheating) he would buy us a drink. Shelby and I luckily ran into Aspinall while walking around and followed him ...