Thursday, 25 June 2009
My manservant, Gavin and I popped out to purchase some bread last Saturday. The crowds were overwhelming me so we decided to take a shortcut down some alleys thus avoiding the busiest part of the High Street. Unfortunately we ended up on a prehistoric plateau, that, by a geographical anomaly had remained undetected by civilisation for millions of years. We took a few photos and I procured myself what I believe to be the little finger bone of a giant Humanoid that may or may not have roamed those prehistoric forests. After a short while we found our way back and continued to the bakery. It was, by now, Sunday and the Bakery was, much to my annoyment, shut.
Posted by Bertram Fiddle at 11:19