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... human to say things like "stop" and "wait" every time you approach a curb. Scott and I also wandered around the Abbey Garden, which made for a pleasant few minutes and also gave me time to catch up on the local news with a pair of black Labradors. The next exciting stop came at Cleeve Lock, where Mum, Scott, and I repeated our walk between locks from the other day, only in reverse. This time we were much quicker, and I was very well behaved. ...
... wraps...well it could be worse...but pub grub would undoubtedly have tasted better.
We don't linger long...it may be dry and sunny but boy is it cold! Ian returns to the car and I continue on along a much better tarmac towpath in the direction of Reading. It's not far to Sonning Lock and only another mile or so to the meadow beside the Thames Valley Business Park where Ian meets me once more. I had originally intended to finish at Caversham but I think that's enough for ...
The insanity has begun.
The next 48 hours are going to be crazy, so my entries will probably not be updated as quickly as usual. Tonight is the Ball, and tomorrow the students depart. I can't believe OxTrad is once again almost over.
I started this morning early, opening the office at 8AM. That was rough, because Emma, Tom, and I were in the office last night until about 1:30AM fixing the departure signs ...
... The most amazing feat is that he can recite the entire history of the world with accurate dates and names without any lecture notes or PowerPoint. The man is a walking encyclopedia and the highlight of every day here at Wycliffe! Besides classes, we have a lot of free time to explore the town of Oxford. The town is divided into either Oxford Colleges or general city. The colleges are intermingled around other businesses where we are, but as we got ...
... Queen's and the Queen's library where he often studies deep in the basement.
Most of the students are still taking their exams and have to wear their formal gowns. It gives the whole place a "Hogwardian" type feel. After marching around most of Oxford we had baguettes for lunch and I made my way back to the Heather House where I had a nap and did some work.