Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Addendum to last night:

I deserve a gold star for getting us there.

Before we left, Miriam showed us on a map how to get there -- pretty much straight on High Street, continuing to bear left and take St. Clements at the intersection, but Jim was leading the group so no one was really worried about getting lost. With so many people, we ended up separating into various clumps, all following each other. Well, the clump in front of us stopped for a drink shortly before the intersection, so we didn't have anyone to follow. I said Miriam said to just bear left and take St. Clements and look that street coming up as we bore to the left had a sign that said St. Clements. Once we were on that street we came to signs every few minutes saying something like "Oxford Shakespeare Open Air Theatre," so it was obvious that we were going in the right direction, but i was definitely the only person who knew what to do at first. Adam was all about me and pointed out just how many people (probably half the group) we were responsible for (i definitely hadn't realized there were that many people behind us).
Tags: actually having a sense of direction, oxford summer seminar 2003

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