Dorchester-on-Thames. Tuesday 06-May-14
After a quick breakfast we popped into Dorchester Cathedral while waiting for the taxi to take us back to the previous evening's end point.
We saw a good number of traditional narrow boats which got me all nostalgic for the several canal holidays we did in the '90s.
This boat house is, according out guide book, the largest timber-framed building in Europe.
It may look like a compost heap but the sign reads "Wildlife Sanctuary. No Rubbish Please."
Our lunch rest spot.
The final stretch into Oxford took us up over Folly Bridge and this wonderfully eccentric building.
Then past where I used to live on Osney Island just across the road from the rail station. Not long to wait for a fast train back to Paddington and home.
The next, and final four, stages are less well served by trains. Mary is talking of a four-day, long weekend to polish the walk off in one go.
Distance this leg 25.1 km
Previous legs 233.7 km
Total so far 258.8 km
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