One of the activities that we have enjoyed immensely in our time in the UK is throwing on our wellies and going for a walk in the country. The Cotswalds are riddled with public paths that wind along fields and streams. This walk started in nearby Eynsham.
It was a beautiful day, and this path took us through fields filled with sheep, fields planted with crops, and fields left fallow. We hopped the gate below to check out a massive field filled with wild flowers.
It was worth the side trip!
The path followed the Thames River down to a lock that canal boats used to bypass some small rapids. We crossed the river and followed it back to Eynsham.
It wasn’t a blockbuster day, but it was wonderful in its simplicity.