Port Wenn (Port Isaac): Here I Go | KCET
Port Wenn (Port Isaac): Here I Go
Thank you, Doc Martin fans!
You've suggested some great questions to ask Martin Clunes for when I arrive in Port Issac this weekend.
The excitement of producing the Doc Martin behind the scenes overshadows my trepidation over the next 24 hours. Getting to LAX, sitting for hours, the 11-hour flight to London, the train ride to Paddington Station, then a five hour train to Cornwall and a 30 minute taxi to the hotel. It's going to be worth it. I know it will be.
In the meantime, there's the weather forecast gives me pause. Mostly rain. Should I pack serious rain gear? Galoshes? An umbrella? Worried about the camera gear I'm taking with me (memo to Bohdan, pack a large ziplock to cover the camera with).
Okay. I'm running late. Bye for now.
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