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Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Tributers - miners who work for "tribute," i.e., undertake to raise ore

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

'Cornish Recipes Old and New' by Ann Pascoe: a reprint of a 1929 recipe book…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

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Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

"The Assembly Rooms were full of people when Ross and Verity arrived. Many of

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Missel thrushes was never so spotty as they" (Ross Poldark 3, x). Pictured: Wood engraving of mistle or mistletoe thrush, from A History ...

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Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

The Old Post Office, Tintagel, Cornwall, England by Antsphoto on Flickr

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Fish-jousting: selling fish (F.W.P. Jago, The Ancient Language and the Dialect of Cornwall, p. 167). "Triggs was a miner who [...] was supported by…

"While they were at limited loo, which the girl could not play, he had watched her edge round the room" (Ross Poldark 3, x). Limited loo - a variant of loo, ...

"Horse whims were devised one beside the other and the water thus raised was ingeniously damned in a hollow and released down a teat to turn a water wheel, ...

Cornish Pilchards, also known as sardines outside of Cornwall, Pilchards are small oily fish from the herring family. Sardines are an important part of ...

"There were two or three carriages with footmen outside, and also a sedan chair

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"By the smokey flickering light of his hat Ross peered into the narrow opening of

hard hat, with its candle stuck to the front by clay" (Ross Poldark, 1, iii, 3). Tallow candles were attached to the miner's hat using clay.

"or the scandal of the Queen of France's necklace” (Ross Poldark 2,

Painting

"In the slow dusk they skirted Nampara Cove and began the last short climb beside

Pretty Little stone Cottage - France. Flower gardens in archways and all the way up the stairs. Love that idea

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... his shabby plumage gilded, his wings making a creaky sound as they beat the air" (Ross Poldark, 2, vii). Rook - a European bird species of the ...

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"They overtook Jud soon after passing the gibbet at Bargus, where four roads and

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18th Century Taverning

Poldark

... out some E-Bikes (Electric assisted push bikes for the over 60's) The morning was spent walking the streets of the old town and spending in the shops.

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queen anne's lace

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Wild flowers looks like the tiny daisy that grows in cornwall alo t, erigeron something

Poldark starring Aidan Turner begins June 21, 2015 on PBS Masterpiece. Previously aired in

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"...patches of purple scabious and moon daisies, chervil and yellow buttercups

"Trenches and adits grew in the back gardens of the tiny cottages and huts"

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Fran's leg is OK bit tender as you can imagine but drying out nicely, she'll be picking the scab for weeks!

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From the air it looks like a giant pizza with the cathedral in the centre. The streets, made up of medieval buildings, fan out like spokes of a wheel from ...

They are made by an Alpine wood carver and his son, his wife had a shop at the side of the road.

To be honest I'm not sure where we are but I know it is where we intended to be, and we will enjoy being here when we wake up. So good Night!

... on a Saturday in June, and this was a two lane mountain road with a few passing places of three lanes. Plenty of cafés, shops, exhibitions, ...

I had just decided that I had had enough when Fran screamed “OH! WOW! Come and look at this it's fantastic.” She was looking down a hole in the path.

The main events were competitions between Tirolean bands and then between dancers, with what we assumed to be dialect verse thrown in.

... the locals decide who gets the rights to which stretch of river by having a river joust and we turned up just 10 minutes before the jousting started.

Apart from that not much excitement..... well unless you count two German men rushing to Fran's aid when her knickers blew off.

... river Main and abandoned vertical for the safety of the cobbles. I sat her on a bench and tended her injuries with out ever present first aid kit.

... Lynx, Marmots, Chamois, Ibex, did I mention Marmots our favourites, they are a European version of a Meerkat, bit more podgy but full of character.

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This was a mineral mine, everything from Copper to Silver, Malachite to Cobalt. It has been mined since the iron age and the spoil heaps show it.

Some of us have been up mountains, down caves and driven around the Alps looking for a campsite that's not there any more, and we found it!

Above the coulds.