Recently at Cadgwith, we stood on the beach as one of the fishing boats went out, it was PZ707 with a father and son on board. On walking though the village I heard some of the locals saying ‘Danny has just taken the boy out on the boat for the night’. I wonder what they caught that night? I love the late afternoon light on the boat, just a classic looking fishing boat and not a tacker in sight! (He’s older than a tacker now!)
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