Carved Bear Chases Woman Motorist!

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Ruth and Geoff Strickland pictured with the bear.

Aten foot tall carved, wooden statue of a bear has stood at the roadside guarding the entrance to Britain’s smallest town, Llanwrtyd Wells, for fifteen years and all has been well. That is until a stupid woman car-driver crashed her car and blamed the bear. What did the bear do? Did it run amok in the road causing the woman to swerve to avoid it? Was it growling menacingly at her as she drove past? No, it just stood there in the same place as it has done for fifteen years. The terrified driver said the bear scared her as she drove past and so now the Highways Agency say it will have to be torn down and relocated.

If I Was A Bear

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Iwas just looking at The Bear’s Blog when I suddenly had a thought; What If I was a bear? If I was a bear, I would get to hibernate. I could do nothing but sleep for six months… I could deal with that. Before I hibernate, I’m supposed to eat myself stupid… I could deal with that, too. If I was a bear, everyone would know I meant business. I could swat anyone who bothered me. If the kids got out of line, I could swat them too… I could deal with that.

A Bear Called Chimpton

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Category: Friends & Relatives, From Queen's Blog12 Comments

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Queen Ananasty and Servant Dave first met Chimpton on a railway platform, to be precise, it was on Lime Street station. Servant Dave was there to meet Queen Ananasty, who was coming home from one of her overseas Royal visits. It was a warm summer day and the station was crowded with people on their way to the seaside. Trains were whistling, taxis hooting, bells ringing, porters rushing about shouting at one another, and altogether there was so much noise that servant Dave, when he first saw the Chimpton, had to stop and take a second look.