The scenery along this part of the Thames is beautiful, and it was a shame it was raining. We then got to Goring which also looked very nice, but the weather stopped us going there. We're sure there will be another time.... The weather started to get a bit better and it stopped raining as we carried on to Wallingford. The moorings here were again a bit scarce, but we managed to stick Derwent6 up against a high wall right outside the pub The Boat House. Al and Thomas then went and explored the town and found the castle (Oh and Waitrows). Opposite us was a campsite and for four pounds it had a outside heated swimming pool which was open to the public. So as the sun had started to come out and the pool was nearly empty, it was swimmers on again and Del and Thomas had some fun. Swimming pools make you hungry, so we went into the pub next to Derwent6 and had Steak and chips for £3.99.
Then we needed to walk that off so we went Geocaching to find the long lost churchyard and Al found a ammo box with hidden contents. Thomas did a swap for something he liked ....great fun!!!
Yep we were knacked as we walked back to Derwent6 and we sat in the cratch for a bit where Del got his toes bit, before crashing into bed!!!