After a Crackerjack night with KINGS LYNN!! Its the morning after the day before.

On this Rememberance day the usual break fo about 20 minutes

was observed.

Sophie Little bright eyed and bushy tailed, but not in velvet this morning, accompanied Navigator Ian resplendant in his flying suit. Out among the wilds of Norfolk. David Whiteley, fuelled by coffee and adrenaline from yesterday, tried valiantly to rustle maps and talk at the same time, but to no avail as his mind was on a thesps life that could have been. Questmaster, master of all the roles he tries, was slowly winding downfrom yesterdays faux pas and misreads. Was assisted by the stage partakers. The Glams Anna Perrott and Anna Moton, who also worked tirelessly yesterday, as they do onm a Sunday. The Radio Car was hidden away in the backwaters by the Playhouse in Norwich and we got to the treasure at scratby's Dads Army museum in darren Strouds back garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Click Here

 

 

 

Clue One

 

 

You have to put the type of settlement,
Between the place and the type of building,
Or else you’d be at a fancier location!
Among the crafts, head for what we graced.

 

 

Answer

 

 

You have to put the type of settlement, You have to put Village
Between the place and the type of building, Between Place name and hall
Or else you’d be at a fancier location! Hoveton has a hall and a village hall
Among the crafts, head for what we graced. The TQ staff graced the stage yesterday. Clue was there

 

 

Clue By 09:51

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

 “…the end of the line,” is advised for fishing!
Or the sound of it, at least.
Arbitration after one of the mountains,
Has a button for you to press!

 

 

Answer

 

 

“…the end of the line,” is advised for fishing! Bait on the end of the line = Beighton
Or the sound of it, at least.
Arbitration after one of the mountains, One of the Mountains = Alp. Arbitrators = ACAS = Alpacas
Has a button for you to press! Clue was on the wool winder in the alpaca wool mill

 

 

Clue By 10:29

 

 

 

Clue Three



Loaves from one person, pastries another;
This one suggests the creator of another sound.
The cross here sounds like it could be,
From a well-known international organisation.



Answer



Loaves from one person, pastries another; Led us to another of a Bakers wares.
This one suggests the creator of another sound. Rolls by Another = Rollesby.
The cross here sounds like it could be, The village sign has a plough.
From a well-known international organisation. And a Red Cross. Clue on the sign.




Break for Rememberance



Clue By 11:15




Clue Four

 

 

What were once willow,
Can be made to show sadness.
A fitting finale for today of all days,
Search the stupid boy.

 

 

Answer

 

 

What were once willow, Cricket BATS are made from willow
Can be made to show sadness. If they were sad they may CRY = Bats Cry anagram = Scratby
A fitting finale for today of all days, A contender for shed of the year
Search the stupid boy. Darren Stroud runs a Dad's army museum

 

 

Treasure By 11:48

 

AN UNUSUAL FOUR CLUE WIN

 

 

2016 : Quests 46. Wins 27. Lost 18. :Draw 1

 

Sophie 39 1/2 . Wins 22 1/2.  Lost 16. :Draw 1

 

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

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