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Mevagissey Festival

Here's some photos which prove men never grow up...

Festival transport...

And the boys got to ride shotgun through Mevagissey...



The drummer maybe a cool dude, but he still mucks in... 

The stage on the quay side...

"Shall we do the gig, or shall we take the ferry to Fowey?"

Two dolphins...

Friends, friends, friends, friends...

Hmmm... Getting a bit worried about these two!

JC - soundman & producer to the stars...

The boys enjoying themselves...


I think they'd had a tiff...

Sime's turn to ride on the back of the truck...

With all the gear...

And as it's festival week - the police just waved at him...

He was very excited!

The stage from the side...

The harbour...















Backbeat Sound System

Two Smithlets & a boyfriend

A lovely time with family & friends.

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Mrs Thrifty said…
Wonderful photos Kay and it looks like you had a great time - wouldn't expect anything less lol xx
Kath said…
looks like a really fun time and look at those blue skies! I loved Shilly alley op! J used to leave near a place called "Crump butts" I know the feeling LOL
Scarlet said…
Fab photos - my holiday excitement is mounting with every view of Cornwall that you post!
Jane and Chris said…
Sounds like a good time was had by all, and in that setting too!
Jane x
Catherine said…
Great shots Kay! Looks like a good time was had by all!
xo Catherine
Molly said…
It looks like a great time! What fun. :)

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