Marazion to Teignmouth

04Apr10

2DC157 Marazion and St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall. Photo : E. Ludwig

Both feel much better for the break. Weather hasn’t been too good – but today it is much more settled. This is where the whale was washed up !! See you when we get back. Love from us both, Joan & Bert.”

2DC158 St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall. Photo : E. Ludwig

2DC177 Falmouth Town and Docks, Cornwall. Photo : John Hinde

Monday. Dear Aunty & Uncle. Weather warm and sunny yesterday but it is terrible today. The bungalow is very close to the sea front and is nice and cosy. At the moment we are looking out over Fistral Bay at Newquay in the pouring rain. If I can talk dad into it we are going to Plymouth on the train tomorrow. Love from Richard.”

2DC196 Fishing Trawlers, Brixham, Devon. Photo : E. Ludwig

Dear Mum and Dad. Nice and sunny at moment – we’ve come to Brixham but can’t park as it’s busy. Going to the Hodge’s for dinner. Caravan site is very quiet and peaceful. Love M.R.R. & P. xxxx”

2DC218 Old Guildhall, Exeter, Devon. Photo : E. Ludwig

2DC235 Inner Harbour, Mevagissey, Cornwall. Photo : D. Noble

“Dear Mum – We are having a lovely, relaxing holiday, and making the most of the sunshine. We spent Sat & Sun on the beach at Porthpean and Penhale. Jonathan & Robert went on the belly-boards in the Atlantic Ocean. Monday we went to Dobwalls Family Adventure Park and Forest Railroad and rode astride two little steam trains and one diesel. Today we visited Mevagissey and are now back home for a BBQ. This evening we will be off to the North Coast for a paddle. Had a good journey down and should be back home Sun morning. Love Angie, Jonathan and Robert.”

2DC263 The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon. Photo : E. Ludwig

Wind – rain – floods but spent a pleasant day  on Sunday going over Bodmin Moors where we came across Jamaica Inn (Daphne Du Maurier’s novel), so had a pint while we were here. Monday went to Plymouth, visited the Hoe and Barbican. Today heading towards Truro. Love ‘the Wards'”.

2DC291 Minehead from North Hill, Somerset. Photo : Joan Willis

2DC298 High Street of Dunster, Somerset. Photo : E. Ludwig

“Dear Miss Tappenden. We are having a very nice holiday, good food, nice places to go to, and the weather is smashing, the time is going to fast for Bill & Howard. Love Lily, Bill & Howard.”

2DC305 Shaldon from Teignmouth, Devon. Photo : E. Nagele

“Dear Sharon. We are having a good holiday. The weather is not too bad. Lots of love Sandra & Doug.”

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