The Garrack Hotel
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... your own wish which then gets sent to the artist to also be turned into a ribbon and put on display. Rose contributed her wish of "I wish I could wear make-up" and this will be seen as part of the installation at the Tate in a couple of weeks! The Tate also offered a clay workshop, which involved making a shape found at the bottom of the sea. Rose had a great time making a clay wave and Mum and Dad had a go too! Leaving ...
We woke up after quite a difficult night. Christine had been sick in the night and we think that she had caught the same bug that Emily was suffering from earlier in the week. This had woken Emily and Emily in turn woke up Rose, making for a very noisy night! Therefore we all felt quite tired in the morning. I took Rose out for a breakfast to allow Christine a bit of time to wake up and recover. She was feeling a ...
... here we went to the other side of the Cornish peninsular to St Michael's Mount. We waked across the cobbled pathway, only accessible at low tide, to explore what was on offer on the island. Again there were hoards of families and we decided it was probably just too busy - so we gave the castle a miss. It must be the first hill we have chosen not to climb!One thing that struck us were ...
Woke at 6.30 to heavy skies. Derek went for a walk and it was warmish but very damp. After another lovely load of calories we headed north to Port Isaac aka Port Wen from Doc Martin fame. It was a typical town and not too crowded at 11am. The featured buildings look different without all the props but you could still recognise Doc's house, the school and Bert's ...
... was an old tin and copper mine which operated from 1840 till 1930. Jill and I went through the existing parts while the boys went for a walk. It was so interesting. Jill and I looked down a well and shuddered at the depth of it. Turns out it was only a small fraction of the depth. The mine extended down 600 metres and then out under the sea for nearly 1600 metres. It followed the granite seam in which was found the metals. There was 4% yield from tin and up ...