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... of the head, and around the sausage to fill out the skin and bring body back into a more mouse like shape. As the stuffing gets stuffed the incision made earlier needs to be stitched back up, much the same as you would repairing a sock.
And that's pretty much it. Just need to pose the mouse in either a natural or humanistic pose and dress it with props if that's what floats your boat. In a few days it would be dry (the tail takes 10 days) and the excess wire could then be cut ...
... of nowhere in the pitch black surrounded by a group of rather shifty looking Colombian military with no weapon of defence other than my broken torch! ...my first thoughts were "this would go down well with the family!" Through a fast paced half hour of trying to pretend I understood them through my very broken Spanish I seen a bright light shining above me before realising they had walked me right to the door of my hostel! At which point getting very freaked out how ...
... city in Denmark, Ribe-quite a co-incidence.
We departed Colchester on Friday, and passed through many little villages. By the early evening we cycled through Heybridge and Maldon, racing for another little caravan and camping club campsite, just out of town(again we had been delayed by a flat tyre-mine again). We arrived in the dark, where the campground was located next to a lock, with the caretakers living in long boats on the canal. Due to the heavy rains ...
... figuring out trains and directions.
Scene on one of seven trains I had shoved and hauled my
luggage unto, about halfway through the ordeal:
A homely, pleasant
woman asks “Where are you headed?” “Liverpool…” (Eyebrows raised all around the
car). “You must mean Liverpool Street” “Yeah, that.” “Well love, you are on the
wrong train. You are headed back to the ...
... in London at 3 pm to our car waiting to take us to Thistle, Marble Arch Hotel. We checked in and then our tour guide John introduced himself to us. Settled in and then wandered down to the Glen Miller Bar, Stuart already missing the Guinness. A few drinks, dinner and off to bed. We have an early wake up call booked and it is off to York ...