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Hard Day's Work

We've had our work cut out today...

But at least the views made up for it.

A perfect spot for taking a break...

A milder, brighter day.

We were very tired...
But still managed to laugh - even though we worked until 8pm...

And drove through thick fog to get home!

An unusually long day for us at this time of year. 
 2 more full house cleans tomorrow...
And another gig for Sime's band tomorrow night!

We've just had dinner at 11pm - which is crazy, but my tooth has calmed down now, so I'm very happy!

Looking forward to getting into bed...

Kay :)

Comments

just Gai said…
Where's the picturesque harbour?
The Smiths said…
Hi Gai,

The harbour is Mevagissey & we're very fond of the place!

Kay :)
Anonymous said…
I just love seeing pictures of you guys. Always puts a smile on my face.
just Gai said…
We've passed through Mevagissey by bus on our way from St Austel to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and were frustrated by not being able to get down and potter around for a bit. Maybe next time?

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