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This afternoon Jackie and I followed:
Pokestop carries a Pokemon.
I just squeezed The Bisterne Royals into one frame.
Worzel is in trouble with Aunt Sally required a couple of shots, one from across the road.
We surmised he had been on the tiles with his next door neighbour who was Half Cut.
Head over Heels about Scarecrows also required a vantage point on the opposite side of the road.
Intergalactic Beastie Boys were suitably attired.
Rusty Diesel Engine is a reincarnation of other trains in previous years.
As happy as a Pig was made from a hay bale.
The stretch of Oh Look, there’s a Dragon required two frames,
and its recently hatched baby warranted her own.
Scary Crows lurked beside each other in the trees.
Baked Beans on Coast has to win any pun competition,
and the tins in the trees should not be missed.
2050 AD’s message seems to me to apply already. Don’t miss the crow in the fork.
History of Scarecrows is
The Bells features Quasimodo.
Opposite this one children are invited to play Giant Conkers.
Nearby we find Stickman and his Family Tree.
A rather ancient patriarch sits beside a painting of Noah’s Ark.
Tom & Jerry and Unicorn Maneia share a patch of grass.
Poldark and Handsome looks to me as if he has had a sex change or maybe too much of the scrumpy beside him.
It doesn’t look as if Peter Rabbit is welcome.
Would that be The Last Straw?
After this marathon posting, I think I have earned the Wallhampton Arms carvery that the three of us are off to enjoy. I’ll no doubt drink Razor Back.
PS Note the link provided in koolkosherkitchen’s reblog comment. It provides fascinating additional illustrated history.