I got up at 5:00am because the meningitis group were planning on an early start because they had a long day ahead of them. They had a long way to go to meet up with a reception 30 miles further down the river. After we had taken our group pictures and they had left I went into Wallingford where I bought two egg and cress sandwiches for my lunch and had breakfast at Catherine’s Café. I was on the river by 9:50. One thing I remember about this campsite is how slippery the bank was after the rain showers had turned the river bank mud into a treacherous grease.
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