Pitstop at The Plough

2016-03. Plough.

          Our route along the Oxford canal between Kidlington and Oxford has a very pleasant pitstop at bridge 236. As you approach the bridge from either direction,  climb the wooden steps and cross the canal to find a path to “The Plough” on the other side.

          I still haven’t sampled the food on offer, but that’s just a matter of time.  On this visit I sat in one of the little cubicles with a very welcome pot of coffee and rested my feet.

2016-03. Morrells.

          From my seat, the wooden beams on the ceiling disappeared into another room and the clear writing on the glass panel at the back of the cubicle offered a teasing look at what was beyond it.

2016-03. Morrells' library.

          Peering closer through the letter M gave me a better view of the bookshelves on the opposite wall.  Maybe on our next canal walk we can plan a longer pitstop, with maybe lunch in the library, if you eat there first remember to share a picture or two.

           More from before: Various visits to, and from, “Kidlington“.


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