Sunday, July 12, 2009

Last Day in Cornwell

Unfortunately all good things come to an end and boys soon found that their last day had arrived in Cornwall. They had a great time, thanks to Saffi, James and Susan who outdid themselves and gave them the best time ever. Here are just a few of the things they saw and did.
On the way out,they stopped to look at a huge anchor

Here they are on the door step of the house where Bob Fitzsimons was born in Helston.

The sign on Bob Fitzsimons house in Helston.

Here they stop to see Redruth's statue of a miner...he faces down the hill,with out stretched arms.

They sit on the little bronze welly boot dogs in Redruth.

We show Malcolm & Percy the statue of Richard Trevithick in Camborne.

The plaque on Richard Trevithick's statue.

James showing the pair Crofty Mine,the last working tin mine in Cornwall.

This Engine house in Pool has been restored to show how they looked & worked in their former glory.

The boys admiring the beautiful Truro Cathedral

They stand by the Cathedral doors for a photo.

Truro Cathedral.

Malcolm & Percy posing by the Truro city sign

James shows them the sign post for the most southerly point in England.
Saffi & the boys by the sign for The Lizard.

Here's Malcolm & Percy at Lizard Point.

We stopped at Marazion beach on the way home,to see St. Michaels Mount.

Percy wanted to collect shells for Valerie
Malcolm was off rock climbing...gotta keep your eye on him.

What a lovely pair

Last photo on the beach

One last photo in the boat boys...then home to relax. We had a lovely day

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