Following on from my previous two posts; this one is based on my 365s location, b0atg1rl and I were standing in Lechlade. Lechlade is just downstream from the junction between the River Themes (River Isis), River Coln, and the Thames… Continue reading →
[photonav url=’http://camcrew.co.uk/uploads/2011-07-02_SOT.jpg’] A while ago Loupie and I went to Trewsbury Mead to look for the source of the Thames; Thames Head There’s a little cup in the Cotswold HillsWhich a spring in a meadow bubbles and fillsSpanned by a… Continue reading →
Google Earth Canal Maps GECM (Google Earth Canal Maps) is an on-going attempt to maps all the canals of the UK on Google Earths/Google Maps, including all the derelict ans in-filled ones. its a cool cartography project.
Found this via this page; Its a cool hand drawn map of the part of the Thames I most recently walked; speaking about that; I still need to poke those photos onto my blog
This is a continuation of part one, of task 8. On the north bank; by a tree is a GeoCach
I managed it, After last nights aborted attempt to walk from Culham, to Clifton Hampden, I completed the first documented part of my Task 8. Culham is an example of a shrunken village. The manor house and church are meagre… Continue reading →
Last night I attempted to walk the above course, its about 6.6 miles all in with about 3.5 of that being Thames Path, however with the weather closing in I stopped the walk just before the Appleford Railway Bridge, however… Continue reading →
“I Never Knew That About the River Thames” by Christopher Winn, is one of the books I will be using while walking the Thames; Its also going to be one of my 100+ Challenge books, two other books that… Continue reading →