Lechlade is, however a smashing little town - the walking is good
and it has all the basic shops you need including an Arkwrights (believe it or not the credit card label on our account came up as, 'four candles')
plus one that you might not need very often ........
and Sue collected her son, Tony, from Oxford on Tuesday
and we did get underway, eventually, on Wednesday, just as Graham and Jill on NB Armadillo arrived; best laid plans.........
No Problem did a bit more bank ramming - even more difficult running downstream. Those bends are sooo tight on a big boat
and we stopped at The Plough at Kelmscott for lunch (again dog friendly). An amazing village and a mooring Daisy would have happily stayed at for weeks - not just a lunch break
Old Father Thames makes another appearance
a lovely mooring and a good giggle with the Anglo Welsh occupants behind us
Look at that lot!!!!
and my furry chested friend stayed with me whilst Sue was away and G was away and Vic was away. It's been ever so peaceful
Now these are pictures of Faringdon . G had a 6 1/2 hour journey to his Mum's so brought the car back, rather than face a similar return journey, and we picked Sue up from the bus stop in Faringdon
and then we got heavily involved in a crayfish marathon - MR v NP. That's a story for another day!
We used the car to have Baxter's bloods re-done (and collect Vic) in Oxford and we shall have the results, hopefully, tomorrow. Everything crossed tonight.
Sorry: this has all been a bit potted but brings us up to last night.