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Chief Seattle (1786–1866) leader of the Suquamish and Duwamish Native American tribes

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Wormleighton, Oxford Canal. Thursday 13Jun13.

1. Wild food - Jews Ear.
2. More wild food - Dryad's Saddle.
3. You can hear the crops growing here at Radford.
4. The River Itchen passing under a disused railway bridge at Long Itchington.
5. Napton-on-the-Hill (a windmill can be seen on the brow of the hill).
6. Napton windmill.
7. The view from the footpath. leading up to the windmill (the canal passes below the hill along the line of the hedge across the centre of the photo).

Having stopped at Priors Hardwick overnight, we rounded Napton Hill and made the short journey to Wormleighton this morning to meet up with Jim & Helen. Again, strong winds and the threat of rain kept temperatures decidedly chilly. I might fire up the log-burner later this evening.
13th Jun 2013, 17:03  


Helen says:


Did you eat the mushrooms?

13th Jun 2013, 20:02

taniwha says:

Gorgeous part of the country.

14th Jun 2013, 10:25