The Thames Path kew bridge to Hammersmith
Newly empowered by the adoption of Adobe Slate as my parallax blogging app and platform of choice, Helen and I decided that we must only do cool things worth showing off from now on. So today we set out at the crack of 2pm to continue our Thames Path adventure weekend, this time from Kew Bridge to Hammersmith.
A few stops on the overground from Willesden Junction to Gunnersbury, and a bit of a walk through faux-Chiswick, the Thames opened up before us. Well, sort of; the tide was miles out and the river looked almost dry. This gave us the opportunity to descend to the makeshift beach and cover our footwear in Thames spenge, while Helen called her dad.
Barnes Bridge station is almost literally on the bridge. This is great.
And before we know it, here's Hammersmith. There's a vague idea to get some tins and sit in the park, but that lacks a sensible toilet strategy. Riverside seems unlikely but outdoors would be nice and after Hammersmith Bridge, which is awesome anyway but made extra so by a cat, we find a pub with empty seats in the sun.