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I have just published, belatedly, my updated reflections. My apologies for my tardiness, brought on partly by work (yes I am back in the thick of it) but mainly because I didn't know how to conclude these blogs. I guess I have been searching for that "killer" final comment or observation. Well it eludes me. Rob and I chatted on Friday evening about this very issue. Both of us really have struggled to come to terms with the scale of what we have ...
... to boil as the whitebait jumped in a vain effort to escape the predators below them. The irony is that larger predators lurked above. We whipped out our rods and feathers and caught half a dozen good sized mackeral in a few minutes. We plan to barbecue them at Lantic bay tomorrow evening.
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Just 7 hours on the engine into a light Eastrerly breeze in lovely sunshine and we were anchored in the shadows of St Michael's Mount.
... will form a fitting end to our adventure.
Monday 1st September
Inspire of the persistent misle we all went ashore in the tender intent on having a good day. It's hard to have a bad day here!
Marian and I took a ferry to St Martins for a few hours and Shelterer in the Methodist chapel and at Little Arthur's cafe. The stoppedstoppedstoppedstoppestoppstoppst opstopstostosts rainrainraira
So I have just enjoyed a week in New York, staying in Battery Park, the southern tip of Manhattan. My hotel room looked out over the Statue of Liberty. I am not sure how far more removed I could have been from Jogling! My American colleagues were very welcoming though a little unsure as to what to say to someone who has walked 1200 miles. Not that I know what I would say other than " Wow! Good for you! How are your feet?" As I have talked to colleagues and ...