after a few months off due to the bad weather (this sign warns of flooding making walking dangerous), we were back on the path. it was just me and the ladies this time as jane’s dad was ill, so i had no one to talk about computers to.
we picked up the walk where we left off in May back at iffley. a lovely little village south of Oxford.
a key feature of this section of the walk was the electricity pilons
and the fishermen
the main lock interest was Sandford Lock which has the greatest fall of water on the Thames (and an attractive pub, but alas we didn’t stop)
it was a fairly short, but worthy stretch. weather nice and warm, and no moaning from kezia
i’ve booked a couple of days off work in October to do some more thames path walking, so hopefully we’ll get the momentum going, although i think we’re over a quarter of the way along now.