the ways and windows of Tewkesbury

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15/10/2013 by Carl Reynolds

With a sojourn for a boil and a bleach at the Tewkesbury swimming pool, housed in a building called Cascades. I had to swim slow, very slowly to avoid my uncapped head exploding in the 30C water temperature. So warm it was soupy. I managed 30 minutes before I felt that I was also experiencing a chemical peel. And then out into the rain. A constant rain. Healthily leavened with great down pourings. A great relief. I sheltered in book, coffee and charity shops various whilst meandering through alleys (Tewkesbury is famous for them) and the Abbey.

3 thoughts on “the ways and windows of Tewkesbury

  1. DD says:

    Some lovely alleys there mate…..

  2. Amanda Sitto says:

    Too many alleyways in Tewekesbury. Love the religious architecture though. Must have been horrible swimming in 30 C!!
    Amanda x

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