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Date: Jun 14 9:27 PM, 2009
RE: New to the Society

Hello Rosy, welcome to Poldark heaven.  So happy that you've found your way here, I'm sure you'll enjoy yourself as we all love Poldark so much we can talk about it 'til the cows come home, discussing all our favourite topics relating to the books and the TV series. What part of Oz are you from?  Hope to see you here again soon.


Tide was nearly full. Mist lay in a grey scarf along the line of the cliffs.
.. and they walked home hand in hand through the slanting shadows of the new darkness.


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Date: Jun 14 6:59 PM, 2009

Welcome Rosy hope you find many things to interest you, lots to discuss and friends to eventually meet !

Ross smile


"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.




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Date: Jun 14 4:40 PM, 2009

Welcome to the Forum Rosy look forward to reading all your posts.  We are all Poldark mad here so enjoy!

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Date: Jun 14 9:50 AM, 2009

A big welcome Rosy, lovely to see you here.  THere are lots of different topics and threads which should cover most of the things you mentioned. Some are busier than others but now we are getting more members , hopefully , the quieter threads will start to get livelier as well.
Look forward to many poldark discussions with you!



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Date: Jun 14 5:37 AM, 2009

I only discovered this site yesterday, by accident, it seems heaven sent for a Poldark enthusiast.  Read all the books ten years ago, came to them a bit late, picked one up in the local library, after that there was no stopping.  I bought all the videos of the BBC series and re-lived the story and favourite passages.  Sincere thanks to whomsoever has put all this together, obviously with great affection for the subject.  Cornwall is a favourite place in all the world, my husband's ancestors came from the Truro area, farmers and tin-miners.  In 1985 we took my mother in law on her first overseas journey, she loved Cornwall, the rolling green hills, her ancestors must have been reminding her.  Winston Graham was a great author with great empathy for his subjects, and the gift of bringing the story and people alive, thanks to his skill they will live always in our hearts.  Look forward to spending more time on this site, learning a lot more about Cornwall and the books we all love so much.  Thanks to all.  P S born in London, wish I could say Cornwall!

R Seam
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