After a leisurely morning we hauled out our bikes and peddled the four miles to the town of Oxford. While Suzanne and I trailed behind and chatting about everything under the sun, the guys forged ahead and tackled many of the world’s problems. Guess we all had fun doing our own thing!
|JOE AND DAN ON THE MOVE|
After stopping at the Oxford Market for sandwiches, we had a picnic lunch in the Oxford Town Park. The squirrels skittered across the lawn and up the trees, children dug in the sand and dipped their toes in the water, sailboats skimmed across the waters of the bay and old folks like us just enjoyed taking in the scenery.
|OXFORD MARKET MADE SOME TASTY SANDWICHES FOR OUR LUNCH|
While peddling through the village, I found numerous examples of the famous Oxford Picket Fences. One fence even sported one of the artist’s panels from years past. The colors or the fall season are beginning to show up on the trees here in Oxford and we appreciated their beauty as we toured the town.
|OXFORD PICKET FENCE|
|ARTIEST ENHASED FENCE PANEL|
OK, here is the plan for the next few weeks. We will be leaving Quest here while we travel back to Vermont and then on to Spain. That means there will be no “Quest Blog” until we begin our waterway travels again. Check back again sometime after the first part of November and enjoy the spectacular fall season.
|FALL SPLASHING HER COLORS THROUGHOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD|