Halfway point of the year. and a momentous week with the culmination of the referendum this week. All thoughts of Remain or Leave behind us as we have a quest number 26 of the year. And Sophie Little is back in the repaired radio car after last weeks fiasco in comms. Navigator Ian coaxed his baby around the lanes of Norfolk. David W was in the chair as is becoming his home. Questmasterwas as usual composed in his glass walled offfice looking onto the Forum. Alongside him were Glams Anna Perrott and Anna Morton. We started in and we failed to get to the treasure at Horsham St Faiths.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Click Here

 

 

 

Clue One

 

 

 Chance the mathematicals, in a place,
Don't go there though - this is craftier!
A second class high point, where the letters make 59,
Will this preserve your chances of victory?

 

 

Answer

 

 

Chance the mathematicals, in a place, Chance is Mayhap  Pi's is the maths Place is a Burgh = Happisburgh
Don't go there though - this is craftier! Happisburgh Crafts
A second class high point, where the letters make 59,Second is B high point ridge The letters of Ludham Add up to 59 = Ludham Bridge
Will this preserve your chances of victory? Clue under the Chutneys

 

 

Clue By 10:24

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

It would be utter madness to let them do this,
How would they ever catch, or throw it back?
Find a tribute to a real-life version,
Of the likes of Morgan and Carroon.

 

 

Answer

 

 

It would be utter madness to let them do this,
How would they ever catch, or throw it back? How would a Cat Catch or throw a field = Catfield
Find a tribute to a real-life version, A Flower tribute to Tim Peake
Of the likes of Morgan and Carroon. Morgan and Carroon were fictional characters from space

 

 

Clue By 10:41

 

 

 

Clue Three

 

 

Our letters are missing from this place,
Otherwise we’d be paying tribute to it.
Does the man up there at the hall,
Have an enemy with arrows?

 

 

Answer

 

 

Our letters are missing from this place,
Otherwise we’d be paying tribute to it. To pay tribute is to be Honouring remove our = Honing
Does the man up there at the hall, The Owner is Sir Edward Cubitt
Have an enemy with arrows? He is High Sheriff of Norfolk.

 

 

Clue By 11:15

 

 

 

Clue Four

 

 

Samuel and Malcolm go back-to-back,
Does the house go with pure or purr?
There’s one here like many around today,
This particular example may come from Peru.

 

 

Answer

 

 

Samuel and Malcolm go back-to-back, Sam and Mal Backwards is Lammas
Does the house go with pure or purr? Bure house is it pronounced like Pure or Purr
There’s one here like many around today, Open gardens Go Go Gnomes
This particular example may come from Peru. Clue with one painted as Paddington

 

 

Clue By 11:34

 

 

 

Clue Five

 

 

Making a saint of one of George’s efforts,
Both on its own and when it was with others.
At the centre of their charitable efforts,
Balls to this, you might say!

 

 

Answer

 

 

Making a saint of one of George’s efforts, George Michaels faith = St Faiths
Both on its own and when it was with others.
At the centre of their charitable efforts, Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalo's fun day
Balls to this, you might say! Scramble Ball pit

 

 

A Fail

 

 

 

2016 : Quests 26. Wins 15. Lost 10. :Draw 1

 

Sophie 20 1/2 . Wins 11 1/2.  Lost 8. :Draw 1

 

Stand In's 5 . Wins 3 . Lost 2 .


David Clayton 1/2 a quest, his last

Comments  

 
#1 AnnaSaul 2016-06-26 15:13
Thanks Nigel. I missed the first half hour then was called away at 11.30 so missed the end.
Back in time to listen to extra time though
 

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