Well, Fleetwood Mac were amazing and awesome - my seat was worth every penny that I had spent on it and I achieved something that I have said many times that I'd love to do - see them 'live'. They were on stage from 8.10pm through till 11.00pm
Lyndsey Buckingham was amazing he spent practically all night on the stage and played on every song bar Mick Fleetwood drum piece and then he sat on the floor of the stage and just listened to Mick beating out those drums
The whole night was just very special - I'll put some photos on when we get back home
We've travelled down to Cornwall today - it's a 'Sun' holiday and the accommodation is ok basic, clean but not over special - it'll do us for a few days. Rain is forecast so we'll probably stock the car up with a flask of coffee, sandwiches and the kindles to read and then go and find some where to park up, with a view and a walk for the dogs and just chill each day.
It's tradional that we always stop on the way down here at Jamaica Inn and as the weather was grey with cloud, we were trying to imagine what it must be like to be stuck on the moors in winter.
When my hubby said 'what if you were stuck in bad windy weather at Jamaica Inn' would you stay there? my answer was a definite No! - I'd never sleep and would be listening for the ghost of a pirate from long ago to rattle the windows or slam a door or hear the rumble of a cask of rum that's been taken from a boat that's been wrecked on the rocks - I think it's an atmospheric place and I'm sure that if you listen carefully you can hear the rustle of Mary Yellens petticoats in the hall way as she bustles away after listening at a closed door to what the pirates will do next
So if you've read the book - would you stay the night at Jamaica Inn and sleep soundly or do I just have an overactive imagination
Have a good day all - speak soon