Sunday, September 21, 2008

Cornwall III: Land's End & St. Ives

This was by far my favourite part of our weekend in Cornwall. After spending a night in Newquay, Land's End felt like the most cathartic experience of my life. It's a beautiful place, full of great things I typed up once upon a time before my computer ate them.

Highlights include me wanting to push someone off a cliff, hopping on some boulders, and a warm ocean breeze complete with white butterflies, ravens, and sea gulls. Anyways, it's late and I'm tired. I'm going to post some pictures and go to bed. Feel free to ask away about this excursion: I had a really good time, I just don't have the energy to retype the whole thing.

Land's End
: the southernmost point in England

St. Ives: a tourist town with a gorgeous port


Anonymous said...

WOW... great pictures.. and a great picture of you.. You look happy!!! I love seeing all these places thru you. keep up the good work... I'll check in for more.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for e-mailing me your blog whilst you are across the pond. (Remember to have fun, beware of Viking oars, and angry hairdryers!) The phone call today lifted my spirits. Thank you again. ~Miss Magic

"Never let school get in the way of your education." ~Thoreau