King Arthur's Stone! For me the mention of a stone with inscriptions and ogham got me fired up, for my other half it was the myth of Slaughterbridge. We drove to the car park, took one look at the MDF knight on horseback, sort of fencepanel and shed ensemble, with slightly sorry looking signs, and drove off to Boscastle.
Looking at the website since, there might be a lot of very well thought out and reasonably well presented stuff beyond that potholed piece of ground and visible buildings. Sadly the welcome is so poor we assumed it would be a bit of a rip off to look at some idealised MDF cutouts, read the myths presented as bonkers fact, and admire a field. Perhaps next time we'll give it a go!
So, a week in Cornwall, near Looe. Lovely. weather so far nice enough to enjoy, getting a bit colder and nastier yesterday. Today we were at a bit of a loss, so put a shout out last night on Facebook for any ideas, and the suggestion was Bodmin steam railway. Well, we went there, but didn't exactly visit it...
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