Any who, enough of all that, we did have a special visitor come with us this week, Emma brought a long her little dog, Bessie, I tell you she has some energy but she's an adorable little thing. Well we decided for our last day we'd have an easy day filled with Tea and biscuits. Harry, Emma and I gathered at the camp with a cuppa and waited for our Maria.
She called me up the day before and said she was bringing some cooked chicken down for us, well we were tickled pink, so we waited and waited, and waited and waited. There was no sign of her, well that’s unusual for Marie to be late I thought, it had been nearly an hour now. Any who we thought we'd have another go on Tash's wood while we wait, it was a bit rough so it needed sounding down, the three of us cracked on with that for another good hour, and still there was no sign of the mad Irish women.
Then we decided to play a little game I like to call 'who's on holiday', it's very simple, all you need is a pen and paper and a soiled mind, and still there was no sign of her – can you sense a pattern here.
Finally, we decided to take a walk around the lake and sit on a bench with yet another cup of the good stuff and cheeky jaffa cake. All of sudden, Maria gave me a ring and asked us to pop around. Poor Harry was foaming at the mouth. Well when we got there, I think she had had a cup of her own good stuff, but she welcomed us in and true to word she had the chicken for us, although it was like a game of hungry hippos with us and the dogs. Better late than never I suppose and a rather eventful way to end our final day.
Any who, until we meet again dears and for one last time, Goodnight.
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