A Trip To Huelgoat, Brittany, France - 11th June 1990

University chum Angela's parents had bought a small cottage near the town of Huelgoat, in deepest Brittany. So, by way of a short holiday, Nosher and Angela catch the ferry from Plymouth to go and stay for a few days. There's plenty of opportunity to eat cheese and baguettes and drink the local Vin Rouge. We also visit the Forêt D'Artur, and have a go at La Roche Tremblant - a large oblong granite boulder weighing several tonnes which, if pushed in just the right spot, can be made to wobble.

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Pamela, Helen and Helensprog in a get-together the day before we head off

On the ferry on the way to France

A local white dog hangs around outside

Angela has a cup of tea in the kitchen half of the cottage

A pile of rocks in Arthur's Forest

Locals consider the Roche Tremblant from above

A woman has a go at the rock

The locals get stuck in to making the rock rumble

Nosher sticks his feet up for a bit

Angela writes postcards

Angela surveys the scene

Angela in a cave

Rushing water in an underground channel

Angela holds our lemon sorbets in the centre of Concarneau

French town scene

Concarneau street

People mill around a square

Stranded boats

A view down the lane

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Pamela, Helen and Helensprog in a get-together the day before we head off