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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

We took Jelly Beanie gambling on the Pier!!!

This morning Andrea went to work as usual.

It was a very pretty sunrise too!!!

Ssshh!!  I don't think she noticed we're in her bag!!!

AND we left a bookcrossing book at the bus stop!!!
Andrea took us on a bus to work where we pretended to be MI5 agents for the day.  We're not allowed to tell you what we did, it's all Top Secret.

After work, we snuck back into Andrea's bag and got another bus.....

And we got off here at the Royal Pavillion!!  It had pretty lights on!!!


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Then we used our spy camera to make sure it was working!  That's Brighton Pier there!!!

We walked over to the Pier and we met Sir Woodstock!!!  Jelly Beanie had never met him before but they got on really well!!!

Then we took Jelly B in to where all the fun and games are!!!

And not even FIVE MINUTES and he was shouting "I WON I WON I WON!!!"
Wow, he's better at this than I am!!!!

And then a few minutes after that I WON A PRIZE!!!
Wow!

Then we all helped Sir Woodstock win some stuff!!
We had brilliant fun!!  It was a hoot!

Afterwards, we started getting hungry so we walked off the Pier - those lights are pretty!

And we went here to Harry Ramsden's for dinner!  Jelly B has never been here either!


First of all we had a group picture with the Pier in the background!

Sir Woodstock gave us a present!  It's The Beaney's keyring!!!
For OUR keys!!!

We got four prizes off the pier - one was a big Pokemon badge..... wonder if Vicky would like that?

Then we got a drink in - we had a Fentiman's rose lemonade - that was yum!

Well, Sir Woodstock's ready for dinner!!!

We had Plaice an Chips (with mushy peas on the side which we didn't eat.  They're yukky)

After a really exciting evening out, we then all went home because we were exhaustipated.
It was fun seeing Sir Woodstock and Arnty Diane though!  They're nice.....!!



5 comments:

  1. It was a real pleasure to see you both. I shall look forward to meeting you again at Christmas. Kind Bear Regards
    Woodstock

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  2. Nice! I never did understand the whole mushy pea thing... especially in Scotland where they're more grey than green. blech!

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