Isle of Man

I’m a bit behind on posting, so I need to do some back tracking… Here’s a quick recap of some of our adventures in June:

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Patrick’s Pool: just under the site of Patrick’s Chapel (an earthen foundation of an ancient prayer chapel possibly left by St. Patrick)

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Red Yeti: Okay, I accidentally might have been stuck wearing my red trousers on a day when all I had for warmth while sight seeing was my red hoody. But the beach was amazing on the western coast, and… Look at that unexpected wildlife!

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Hawkgirl with a Manx cat: no tail, no tail!

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Sand dunes on the west coast of Man

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Mermaid pool: with convenient step and ladder access. wait…

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Crazy Manx sheep: a breed called the Loaghtan Sheep, often sporting 4 horns, in whatever direction.

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Climbing the hill above Peel, and Peel Castle

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View of the Promenade at sun set, Douglas. Our room was just to the right of the spire, with a little tiny balcony.

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About doctornogrod

Daniel Cossette is a writer, actor, dancer, and mime originally from CT, USA. He's been writing, producing, and acting in scripts since jr. high. At Mimeistry International, Pasadena, CA he double-majored in Mime and Theology. Afterwards he founded Ambassador Arts and produced the shows Say It Louder! and Christmivest, including all original stories; he danced with Ad Deum Dance Company, Houston, TX, and eventually moved to England where works with Springs Dance Company, and directs Infusion Physical Theatre. He is married to a long time friend from the mime school, and currently resides in Cambridge, England.
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One Response to Isle of Man

  1. Abigail C says:

    Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude. So much beauty!

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