I am here for the 290th time. 293rd will be the last one, as after that I shall be on holiday.

 

To Today and the Darling of the airwaves, Sophie Little and her cohort Pilot Perrott, were with us again. David Whiteley was imbibing coffee and rustling maps, as he drove the desk. The only thing that Questmaster drove, was us to distraction with his feindish clue writing. The solving of which caused Glam Anna Morton to be on hand, to answer the calls. Our sojuorn into the wilds of Norfolk and sometimes Suffolk, started in Metton and we got to the treasure at Caister Lifeboat Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clue One

 

Imagine making an advert for meat,
Then move a letter back one.
Among the crafts, find a Great British one,
Which has finished rather than moved!

 

 

Answer

 

 

Imagine making an advert for meat, Imagine Filming Ham
Then move a letter back one. Move one I back one vowel to E = Felmingham
Among the crafts, find a Great British one, The Great British Sewing Bee
Which has finished rather than moved! Which has finished rather than moved to Channel 4 clue on a display

 

 

Clue By 09:39

Mileage 8.2 miles

 

 

 

Clue Two

 

 

A mother, possibly,
To sit atop the jar?
Where there’ll be trousers,
Notice what’s on the left

 

 

Answer

 

 

A mother, possibly, A Mother could be Mah
To sit atop the jar? A lid fits atop a jar Lid Mah = Dilham
Where there’ll be trousers, Pantaloons Theatre group are putting on A Midsummer nights Dream
Notice what’s on the left Clue on the Let hand Notice Board

 

 

Clue By 10:12

Mileage 7.5 miles

 

 

Clue Three

 

 

One that goes after a wheeled one,
And houses, silently interrupted.
Let’s hope that this example,
Doesn’t prove to be too far.

 

 

 

Answer




One that goes after a wheeled one, The infamous Potters wheel intermission gave us Heigham
And houses, silently interrupted. Homes with an L in is still pronounced Homes = Heigham Holmes
Let’s hope that this example, At Heigham Holmes Nature reserve
Doesn’t prove to be too far. There is a swing bridge only open to the public on open days



Clue By 10:39

Mileage 12.7 miles




Clue Four



If you were saying a clue one creature,
Lived at the edges.
Where we’re a week early,
This seat is the right one for us!



Answer



If you were saying a clue one creature, Clue One's creature was a Bee (sewing)
Lived at the edges. Edges could be Hems = Hemsby
Where we’re a week early, Next week is Hemsby Lifeboat open day
This seat is the right one for us! Clue in the Radio operaters seat in the RIB




Clue By 11.17

Mileage 8.8 miles




Clue Five



You’ve trailed ahead to next week’s,
So now let’s head for today’s.
Find the one that brings them back,
With the bits before butterflies.




Answer




You’ve trailed ahead to next week’s, We have been to Hemsby who's open day is next week
So now let’s head for today’s. Today's Lifeboat open day at Caister.
Find the one that brings them back, The retrieival vehicle at Caister
With the bits before butterflies. Is a Catterpillar track vehicle clue on the smaller of two




 We Got the treasure at 11:39 

Mileage 6.1 miles




Total Mileage 41.1 miles

                                    All mileage is approximate and taken from Google maps directions


A  WIN



2017 : Quests 32. Wins 16. Lost 16.

 

Sophie 25 . Wins 12.  Lost 13.

 

Stand In's 7. Wins 4 . Lost 3 .





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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