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Things Done and Seen

This week I went down to the Minack theatre with my mother on what proved to be a VERY windy day, to see Pericles, a play written probably-mostly-maybe by Shakespeare.  The wind was loud and wild and the plot fast-moving, so I'm not sure I caught all the intricacies, but we enjoyed the play anyway.   I have some more photos, which I may dig out later, but in the meanwhile have a video of the wild waves on the beach at Porthcurno, where we stopped afterwards to give the outbound traffic a chance to clear.





I went for a wander around Calstock on Saturday morning, taking snaps.  We crossed the railway by the station. As you can see, it's not the busiest of lines.


I wandered down Church Street and past the Boot Inn.

Rosie, admiring the viaduct


And pretending to ignore a goose and be suddenly VERY INTERESTED in the end of a random elderly kayak.


Back Lane, a lane so narrow that even in Calstock, they have accepted that there's no way to get a car down there.


And here's the railway viaduct again, this time from the footpath behind the tiny station.


It was very quiet, and in the distance I could hear music, so when I got close to it, I recorded it:

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