So we parked up opposite 'The Pineapple' pub near Dorney and set off on Route 61 along the Jubilee River. We followed this route until we reached Eton Boys playing fields. We then followed the path to Eton and ran through the college grounds. Passing through the high street of Eton we found a small school called 'Eton Porny'. Fabulous name.
We then headed through to Windsor. Running through the shopping streets provided many distractions. American's pointing out the flag on the castle which meant the Queen was in, a delicious looking fudge shop, upper class cafes...McDonalds, of course. However we got very many snooty stares from men in tweed caps. All I have to say in the year of the Olympics, where Dorney Lake will be used as a venue, get used to people running tweed lovers!
We headed on to Windsor Great Park. It is a long long way to the 'Copper Horse' statue of George III at the end. Yet finally we got there....
"cause tramps like us, baby we were born to run."
|From Windsor with love!|