Just as we dock, it begins to rain. The coach is waiting and we head
off in the rain for a tour of the Cornwall area of southwest England.

 
We pull into the former smuggler's port of Looe (pronounced Lou-ee), - now a popular vacation spot.  This is the town church. We wander through the shopping area of Looe The inlet off Whitesand Bay An old stone support wall
Larry at Whitesand Beach Bill surveys the scene at the beach A large group of young kayakers are seen coming into the inlet. We had a short shower as we looked around Looe.  This is a small church near the beach. We had lunch and then met our group back at the point where the coach would pick us up.
A produce stand there had lots of delicious fruits - and vegetables.  We bought a big box of raspberries. Flowers seen in Looe as we were leaving town. Our drive continued across Cornwall.  Here is an old stone church tower. We got some nice views of the coast as we headed back to Plymouth. We are about to cross the Tamar Bridge that we sailed under this morning.

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