The main topic of conversation after church yesterday morning was the news that a camera crew were filming up the road!
It was it seemed an episode of Poldark!
Some were sceptical....if they were filming now then clearly the present series hadn't been finished!
When I watched the latest episode last night I realised it was indeed Autumn . They were hay making which is what is going on right now here!
Watching Poldark has been fascinating....gallops along cliffs , walks along beaches on very familiar territory .
Tin mines are usually found on the north coast but the sort of landscape we are seeing can be found very close at hand here on the south coast!
The last time the story of Poldark took up screen time I lived in Essex...so the sight of the Cornish scenery then reminded me of long summer holidays, swimming and walking in glory!
Now it's very weird to see my familiar walks on the screen.
Everyone in church were united in hoping to see more of Aidan Turner , the chap who plays the eponymous hero! . We were all hoping we might find him in the pub, or one of the good hotels nearby....
Not me of course.....ahem!
We are fairly used to film crews arriving...this is at least the third time this year...but Poldark is fictional. The others have had different themes altogether...and they don't include the darkly handsome main character...
Another man yesterday in church yesterday was writing a book about St Just and recommended another one for me to read...
This I will enjoy when it arrives.
Autumn is always lovely here...and it's getting slightly easier to get around.
Thank you God!
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