10 DAYS IS NOT ENOUGH ! We had a another super holiday at The Star Castle again this year, with wonderful food and pleasant company. Sorry it's taken a while, but that's it - they're all done ! Hope you enjoy them ! Dont forget to click on "older posts" when you get to the bottom as there are quite a few pages !
We had a lovely calm trip on Scillonian III and as usual it felt quite warm as we walked down the gang-plank. Here is the familiar sight of the Off Island boats lining up to load their luggage direct from SCIII
This nice French boat was just arriving
Rather a grey view down into the harbour from the steps of The Star Castle as we arrive to check in
Not a great start to the day - cloud and mist as Jim took the dogs out for their early morning walkies
The Ponies that belong to The Wildlife Trust came running over to the electric fence to check out the dogs - after a few days they realised that they took no notice of them and ignored us as we walked past
Small but exclusive (I gather!) cruise ship Islalnd Sky was just about visible
Always love to look over to St Agnes - so sad that we never got over there this time !
Guiding Star on her way over to St Agnes
Guiding Star is the oldest launch currently in operation within St.
Mary's Boatmen's Association. Built in 1933 by Percie Michell in Portloe
near Mevagissy, Cornwall, this boat is of Carvel construction and has
been in the Badcock family for 42 years.