I’ve been way too busy (or way too without-adequate-Internet-access) in the last few weeks to post anything here. Since things have slowed down a bit now, here’s a part one of a quick, photo-based summary of life since the last time I blogged:
What a bump looks like: Jesus W3 concedes under the bridge. Photo credit: Giorgio Divitini.
Mom and Dad arrived in Cambridge in time for the last day of Bumps. A Clare guy caught Mom taking a photo of us when we pulled into the bank after our last bump. Photo credit: David Ponting.
Here’s the other direction. BLADES! Photo credit: Mom.
Went on a punting tour in the rain with Mom and Dad, and we ran into some jugglers practicing for May Balls. Photo credit: Mom.
I saw a rollerskier for the first time in the UK! Apparently there’s a whole club of them. Should have brought mine along (just kidding. Way too bulky, and it’s still really flat around here.)
Excited for blades at Boat Club Dinner, with everybody. Many thanks to Eddie (right), Giorgio (left), Burfiend, and Rob for coaching! Photo credit: Giorgio Divitini (actually, somebody else, but I can’t remember who, and it was Giorgio’s camera…)
Overall captain Jeremy Parker speechifies in front of dignitariesb and rowers at Boat Club Dinner.
W1 was very excited to have Burfiend as a coach.
Vising London the next day: here’s the Globe!
View down the Thames from the Millennium Bridge.
Looking down the bridge at St. Paul’s. Good job, Christopher Wren.
Next up: our first two days in Scotland!