Sunday, 7 June 2015

Sunny Sunday

Yesterday evening we had a walk into King's Sutton, although the village is close to the canal it is cut off by the river Cherwell. It's a 2 mile walk from our mooring via Twyford bridge road to a footpath through fields, over railway tracks to the village, negotiating some entertaining stiles on the way. The village is very pretty with fine sand stone dwellings and a quaint village green. We had a seat outside the White Horse and enjoyed a Brakspear ale before making our way back to the boat.



I thought these weight closes unusul


King Sutton parish church.

King Sutton village green and the White Horse.

On the walk back we spotted to deer hiding in the tall grass and a couple of foxes hunting in the newly cut field.





Sunday- what a glorious day, we spent most the day with our bum's on the bankside seats chatting to towpath walkers, reading, watching gliders being towed into the air and 6 nutters daredevils dive out of an aeroplane to parachute down to earth. I did manage to sand down the two rear wooden seats and apply two coats of varnish in between doing very little.

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