Raft Building by Willem Print E-mail

Today 2B (or not 2B) went on an expedition to find the lost treasure of SRC. But first they had to build a raft in order to get across the dangerous waters of the Slips. So first they opened up the trailer to find a heap of ropes, pine posts and 200 litre drums. The instructions were simple: build a ship that can hold all twelve of them. So after much labouring the “Plundering Pleb” was complete. Ready to set sail the ambitious group of pirates sat down to lunch before sailing the dangerous Slips. Following lunch the ferocious group of pirates set sail on the “Plundering Pleb” for the long journey of thirty metres. The group made it and found the lost treasure of SRC.

Willem - Timboon


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