Woolacombe Bay to Newquay

23Aug09

2DC440 Woolacombe Bay from Morthoe, North Devon. Photo : E Nagele

Dear Grandma. Hope you are well and the weather is finding you better than us we have rain and gales so far, but have yet to have snow. We have been to lots of places including Clovelly & Lynmouth & arestaying at Mortehoe nr Woolacombe. Bye for now. Love Karen & Mark.”

2DC442 Sir Francis Drake Statue & War Memorial, The Hoe, Plymouth. Photo : E Nagele

2DC445 Huccaby Bridge, Hexworthy, Dartmoor National Park. Photo : E Nagele

2DC447 Badgers Holt, Dartmeet, Dartmoor National Park. Photo : E Nagele

My dear Mary, Eve & Allison. Sorry to hear A has the measles it would happen like that, but don’t worry all will be well I am sure, had a very nice time, thanks for your letters & hope to see you soon tell Allison I bought her a nice stick of rock& a jotter also Eve, for you a nice tablecloth. Hope you and Eve are well OK about Lloyd. Love D & Terry xxxx”

2DC447 Badgers Holt, Dartmeet, Dartmoor National Park. Photo : E Nagele

Tuesday. Dear Margaret & George. This is our second week at Dawlish. This week very hot so far and last week wasn’t too bad, Olive & Ern came down last Wednesday, Rona & Stafford on the Monday. Thursday we met the Aunts in Exeter & visited our ? in hospital so the time sees to go very quickly. Tasha is enjoying it all. Hope you are well. Love from Lily xxxx”

2DC462 Blackpool Sands, Start Bay, South Devon. Photo : E Nagele

Dear Sharon. This is a lovely beach where we are staying on holiday. My little girl Alexandra is 12 years old just like you, She likes to go swimming with her daddy, and is now learning to snorkle so that she can see under the water. Lots of love from Mr & Mrs Smith & Alexandra”

2DC469 Dartmouth and Kingsmear, Devon. Photo : E Nagele

2DC494 Up-A-Long, Clovelly, North Devon. Photo : E Nagele

My Dear Mum. Hope you are well. We have been here today – do you remember coming with WI ? We have a nice chalet – weather is quite nice today. Dolly & Fred send their love – yesterday we visited a historical house & we even had the lady of the house serving tea – see you Sunday. Love Floss & Ted xxx”

2DC504 Typical Cornish Cottages, Boscastle, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig

2DC506 The Harbour from Towan Head, Newquay, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig

2DC507 The Beaches looking across Great Western and Tolcarne, Newquay, Cornwall. Photo : D Noble

Wed. We are here for a few days, having trips out everyday. Been to Falmouth today and a 2hr cruise on the river – a bit cold but enjoyable. Tomorrow we go to Truro then home. Love J E & Pam.”

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