After last weeks Super Sunday Subs Supplement. This week Back to Normality, Sophie has recovered (Hooray)

David Whiteley is back from where ever he went and Navigator Ian has spent the week trying to get rid of the smell of fried Herring. Questmaster was in petulant mood because of last weeks loss to him. But Glams Anna Perrott and Amy Houchin were in good spirits Bog Band for no other reason than she was allowed out last week and had a win.

We commenced proceedings Swardeston in travelled around a bit and failed to get the treasure at Seringham 40's weekend.

 

 

 

 

 Where we lost this mornings quest

 

 

 

Map Click Here

 

 

 

 Clue One

 

 

One with the same name as this place,
Was famous for being a faller.
They did have a course of their own here,
But you want to find what’s stewing for charity.

 

 

Answer

 

 

One with the same name as this place,
Was famous for being a faller. Heathersett was a famous faller whilst leading in the 1962 Derby
They did have a course of their own here, Heathersett also had their own racecourse
But you want to find what’s stewing for charity. Charity village fete cooking African Stews

 

 

Clue By 09:48

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

“Possess one named Desire,” perhaps? 
Ries could be the name of a hospital worker.
For novelty’s sake, one went with majors,
Can you find one in a million?

 

 

Answer

 

 

“Possess one named Desire,” perhaps? Possess is to Have. Streetcar named desire is a Tram. Anagram, Have + Tram = Taverham
Ries could be the name of a hospital worker. Ries + Nurse (hospital worker) = Nurseries . Taverham Nurseries
For novelty’s sake, one went with majors, Morris Minor and the Majors
Can you find one in a million? Morris Minors owners club charity drive at the Nursery today.

 

 

Clue By 10:19

 

 

 

Clue Three

 

 

Famous both for a band,
And for the county’s final confrontation.
You want one on the way,
Find where the goods were kept.

 

 

Answer

 

 

Famous both for a band,
And for the county’s final confrontation. Cawston is famous for a brass band. And also the last duel foufght on Norfolk soil.
You want one on the way, On The Marriotts Way

Find where the goods were kept. At the Goods Shed

 

Clue By 11:07

 

 

 

Clue Four

 

 

You don’t need to go as far as Edinburgh for this name.
Not white like an old TV’s end, but red,
Where they’re on display in the bath,
Think of a phrase for keeping something secret!

 

 

Answer

 

 

You don’t need to go as far as Edinburgh for this name. Grant Holt came from Carlisle
Not white like an old TV’s end, but red, Not the white dot that appeared when you turned off the TV. So the Red Dot Gallery In Holt
Where they’re on display in the bath, A Sheep in a Bath
Think of a phrase for keeping something secret! Wearing a Sailors Hat. Keep it under your Hat

 

 

Clue By 11:40

 

 

Clue Five

 

 

Staying in the same time zone,
Where drinks are served at a sunburn simile.
Ask Graham to show you to the PM’s country place,
Speaking of such people, find one nicknamed for Charles

 

 

Answer

 

 

Staying in the same time zone, Stay in the 40's
Where drinks are served at a sunburn simile. Sunburnt is usually called Lobster
Ask Graham to show you to the PM’s country place, Graham is the Landlord of the Lobster in Sheringham. PM's country place is Chequers, pointed to the carpark.
Speaking of such people, find one nicknamed for Charles. They would have been looking for Charles, Earl Grey and the Clue would have been with Earl Grey Anna Morton

 

 

A FAIL

 

The traffic did for us

 

2016 : Quests 38. Wins 22. Lost 15. :Draw 1

 

Sophie 31 1/2 . Wins 17 1/2.  Lost 13. :Draw 1

 

Stand In's 6 . Wins 4 . Lost 2 .


David Clayton 1/2 a quest, his last

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