Jeanette and Teresa didn’t care to visit Bletchley Park and the computer museum ( Jeanette something about prefering to be waterboarded…) so they went on a canal walk instead.
Finding the start of their walk was the most challenging part, it took them most of 45 minutes.Â They did get to see swans and canal boats, though.
Jeanette finally got her sheep pictures and they had to cross the Canal on the lock doors.
At then end of the canal walk, they met up with us and we headed for our first night’s accomodations, a pub called “The Duke of Cumberland’s Head”, which dates back to the 17th century.Â It had a thatched roof and looked the part.
The thatch is very thick and has lichen growing on it.
This is the inside of the bar at the pub. We stayed upstairs in very nice rooms, though the floors wereÂ a little uneven. Dinner was great.