It's proper shorts and T-shirts weather today, we might finally get to store the jumpers and fleeces in the dark hole beneath the bed. Water tank was filled and the dumpables were removed at Eynsham lock services, we washed the side of the boat while we waited for the tank to fill.
We shared Kings lock and Godstow lock with nb Goosey Gander. At Osney lock Sue locked nb Niblick through, Sue knew the name had a golfing connotation - she was right as the skipper is a retired golf pro.
The Osney moorings were full as were the Oxford moorings, the wino's bench was well attended too, one chap slurred something incoherent as we passed. We planned to moor at Sandford which is another popular mooring spot, unusually there was only two other boats on the meadow when we arrived at 15:30. After repositioning one of the pins that I had driven through an ants nest we went to the Kings Arms and sat in the garden with a cool glass of lager.