Dicing with death by mining under the sea

Levant mine

It’s about a 30-minute walk along the coastal path from Botallack to Levant Mine, both National Trust gems. As we walked through the rough terrain picking our way through the rocks and bolders, gazing out to the sea that even on a bright day looked menacing and threatening, we could imagine ourselves back in the days of Ross Poldark.      […]

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My Sunday Photo – Botallack Mine

Botallack Mine

Apologies for my absence. I’ve been away for a few days to the wonderful county of Cornwall. Over the next few days, you’ll see some of our adventures and we start with this amazing place Botallack Mine.        Before our trip, we had planned where we would visit and I really wasn’t sure that I would be able […]

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Is Peace One Day achievable? 100WCGU #190

Peace one day

Did you know that 21st September is Peace One Day? I didn’t. You only have to look at the news headlines to know we are a long, long way from peace with an aid convoy being hit just minutes after the agreed ceasefire ended in Syria. This sort of action does not stop brave humanitarians from risking their lives or […]

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My Sunday Photo

My Sunday Photo

  I feel I should apologise for yet another photo of me but this was such a momentous week and it is not often I get dressed up in my witches finery! I was visiting a school to share 100 Word Challenge and it was Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday and the school was dressing up as their favourite characters from the […]

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#My Sunday Photo

My Sunday Photo

  This is the proof I walked across the roof Of the O2   I had all the gear And was so full of fear  On the O2   The smile really hides How I wanted to cry Up on the O2   I was still holding tight With all of my might Down from the O2!   More will […]

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