We’d like to celebrate it, anyway, as it’s a day when you can justify getting up or staying up at times when you would normally still be under the covers.
What might other people want to do? Options include:
- Friday: walking in the evening across country to the Port Meadow tump, to arrive at midnight. Bring strong drink.
- Friday/Saturday: going out late to a pub, getting some drinks in, and staying up either at someone’s house or in Port Meadow, to walk to the aforementioned tump, arriving at 4.46am BST (sunrise).
- Saturday: something at the Rollright Stones, depending on buses to Chipping Norton.
With the cross-country walking (option 1) we would come from Farmoor, around Wytham; others might wish to come in along the canal (north or south) or over the allotments (east) depending on their location.