I was offered an unsolicited lift soon after setting off, but not as far as Land's End! Needless to say, I declined. I walked nearly 10km on roads (skirting Hook Norton - famous for its ale - to the north) and had a pasty lunch on a bench in Great Rollright village, where I found an interesting leaflet about the Rollright Stones at the Post Office.
I reached the stone circle (see photo) on a good path, and had a look around. Later on I had to go through the centre of a very wet Moreton-in-Marsh (a good name for a Watershed town), because the intended path round the north was still closed because of foot-and-mouth.
The road up towards Blockley got steadily steeper, and I found it rather pleasant to find a decent hill again. Once in the village, the pub locals recommended a friendly farm, where I camped at 169344.
[The day was actually walked on 19/9/2001 but has been blogged today to reflect the geographic continuity of the Watershed.]