After our first night mooring at Eynsham, we found good moorings on the second night at Newbridge. We woke to a good frost and mist on the water, which turned out to be a really hot sunny day.
The river became very twisty and seemed to double back sharply several times, the countryside is still very rural for miles and miles with no sign of houses.
We were hoping to find moorings at Radcot, but we have found trying to find moorings for narrow boats not easy, as the banks are shallow. We travelled further on to Kelmscott and managed to get in there.
Perfect end to a perfect day