The style of boat or 'coble' is not exactly accurate but it's good enough for me. The real 'coble' as used today by the fishermen, is on the banner. The fishermen mostly do crab and lobster 'potting' now (no need for the net), or they take the visitors 'round the caves', of which there are many and some are very large. But about a hundred years ago more than 30 cobles were kept at the North Landing from where they fished mainly for herring, and mackerel. Tough work in the cold North Sea.
Our plumeria has finally bloomed. It has four good sturdy branches on it and a lot more buds to come out if the weather behaves.
What a beauty!