A riverside walk

After a quiet morning in, I went for a walk on a grey and breezy afternoon with Mrs Tootlepedal and her brother and sister in law who have kindly been putting us up for our stay in the south.

Mike drove us a few miles to Hambleden lock on the Thames and we walked across the river above the very impressive weir and along the river back towards Henley, home of the celebrated rowing regatta.

I append a gallery of rather grey pictures from a grey but very enjoyable walk. We liked the intermittent footpath sign which indicated that our walk would be interrupted if the lock gates were open.

We go home tomorrow.

Published by tootlepedal

Cyclist, retired teacher, curmudgeon, keen amateur photographer.

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