Friday, 29 July 2011

Wallingford

Wide Open RiverWe've travelled a total of 14.57 miles downstream today, and come down through 4 locks. Culham, Clifton, Days, & Benson.

An English GeniusThe Wallingford town jetties were stuffed full of boats, but on the way down, we'd noticed that a few of the fishing holes were vacant. Turned around below the bridge, and found us a cosy little spot, where we are tucked up safely in the bushes, anchored to trees, and directly opposite where Mr. Jethro Tull used to live.

A nice day for cruising, because it was warm, but not baking. There was hardly any wind. And we had large chunks of the river (which was like a pond, again) all to ourselves.

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