Simon's brother heading out to swim across the river.
It was very hot on Sunday and we decided to go swimming at the popular local wild swimming spot at Lésigny. The river bottom is sandy and shallow on one side, and deep and gravelly on the other. The current is not too strong, and rather curiously, flows in the direction you expect on the deep gravelly side, but comes around in a U-turn and flows 'backwards' across the sandy bit. You could spend your time gently drifting around in an oval.
Me swimming downstream, but against the current.
It was really pleasant in the water and not too crowded. After swimming we sat around in our folding chairs in the shade of a linden tree and watched French families having fun.