Migration Record Breaker

Yesterday’s picture was of course the amazing Arctic Tern that flies from the Arctic to the Antarctic every year. Doing well over 50,000 miles annually and in it’s lifetime will cover a staggering 1,1491 million miles the equivalent of 3 round trips to the moon, also sees more daylight than any other animal-WHAT A BIRD!!!!!!! We often get to see them on migration here in Frampton.

I will attempt to have a quiz like question in most of my blogs especially as there seems to be more and more of you reading this. After all we have much time on our hands!Check out the end of the blog for today’s offering (try not to use the internet).

Amazingly I told stories yesterday afternoon at Wick Court and got my third soaking of the day!

To bring a smile to you all (I’m sure you need it )the picture at the end I have just found again-it was my last school fete and the theme was Kings and Queens. Ever the Queen I went as Marie Antoinette.

As there is no sport at the moment the question is a sporting one…….

“Which Gloucestershire born cricketer (not a wicket keeper) has taken the most catches in Test Matches ?”


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Bill Church is the story traveller, a former Headteacher who has a passion for sharing stories with people from 3 years up to 103 years of age. Bill loves stories; finding them (and the story’s story!), telling them and writing them! He is passionate in believing that everybody can tell stories and is keen to help people whatever their age do this. His blog ranges from his Story telling experiences to his obsessions sport, bird watching and cycling!

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  1. Wife Cee knew the answer to yesterday’s question and it will not surprise you that I know todays. Finished reading his excellent autobiography recently and have been fortunate to watch him perform a few times.
    Bicycle cleaned, tyres, brakes and gears checked, and ready to pedal on the flat paths of one of the country’s driest counties.
    Bird feeders all sorted too, but only having a few species visiting sadly: sparrows, blue tits, blackbird, doves, pigeons, magpie, squirrel!

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