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candlelit procession

June 4, 2012

As dusk fell the street was lit with candles. A very beautiful paper mache Queen Elizabeth – the first, not the current – festooned with lights, graced us with her presence to lead the procession.

The procession climbed the streets accompanied by a lone drummer (did no one invite the samba band?) and eventually ended up at the top of town where the beacon was lit. Magical.

Totnes does candle processions well, but this one could have been better attended. Maybe we’re all republicans after all…

Arlo and I are off up north tomorrow. No posts for a few days


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