Friday, 17 April 2015

An unbearable day....

 Hello there!
Greetings from Germany! 
Still here.
And boy did we get duscht today!
Blimming funny actually.
You know the expression, "Fill your boots?" 
Well boy oh boy! Mine got filled with rain in Freising today!

This was the photo on Google which enticed us....
Toytown loveliness!


What are we waiting for?! I yodelled; Let's go explore!


One minute, I was enjoying all the bears everywhere,


Bizarre...


Had to look it up when we got back to the hotel and had wrung out our socks...


What's with all the gayly painted bears in Freising, I asked Google....


Apparently, back in 724 a.d. a chap called Bishop Arbeo ordered a bear to carry his luggage over the Alps, because the bear had killed the Bishop's packhorse. Hence there's a bear on every corner in town. 


Oh yeah? That old stunt. I'll have to bear that in mind.....hahaha......get it?
This one looks particularly Bring-it-onish, don't you find.


Mum here, trying to do a Paddington Bear impersonation....


and a saddled bear is still the symbol of the city

There. We'll all sleep better for knowing that little anecdote. 
Not sure about the authenticity of the story.... But it makes for fun photos. 

Oh. FYI, Freising is also home to the oldest Brewery in the world. 

Read up on the brewery when we got back too. Apparently, it was founded in 720 a.d. Oh yeah... About 4 years before the bloke turned up with the bear and the suitcases story. Must be good beer...I've heard some tall tales told at long bars....or was that bears?

So there we were, wandering up the cobbled road, when it suddenly came over very, very dark. 
We just had time to dive into an ice-cream parlour (no flies on this old chick!), when
the heavens opened, and booooom!
It hammered down.....stair rods!

Not so clever on the bikes today, eh...


Dave shot over to Woolworths,


 to buy 3 umbrellas,
 but they were about as useful as Chocolate toothpicks,
so we just had to grin and BEAR it....


Really what was needed was a snorkel and flippers!

Haven't laughed like that for a while. Does the soul good. 
Wrecks the boots, but great for the sole....

Shall we have some fun?
Ok. It's limerick time!,
Ready?

There once was a bear called Fred,
Who insisted on wearing bright red.......

Over to you!

Finish the limerick and write it below. 
Then Sunday, we will pick a winner and send them a £20 gift voucher.

Come on! You've got to be in it to win it!!

Back to Blighty tomorrow, back to reality. 
Sad to leave, happy to be coming home.

See you on the flipside!

Lots of love,
Barb xxx



71 comments:

  1. Hiya Barbara. Lol that was a fun read. Those bears look fab
    Not great at limericks but will give this a go

    There was once a bear named Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red.
    He was making a racket
    As his clothes cost a packet
    But he did feel quite classy
    As, don't you know,
    Wearing real fur is quite Pase'

    Hugs xxx

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  2. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    His wife dressed in blue
    Said as loud as she could
    Fred, you look like a nerd

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  3. Flippin eck Barbara that's some rain!
    Glad to see it didn't dampen your spirits...Just your socks!

    There was once a bear named Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red
    When the rain started to fall
    He had quite a ball
    Cos his brolly protected his head!

    Hope tomorrow is better weather for you!
    Love and hugs Xxxxx

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  4. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    Freising folk would delight
    At his tool belt so tight
    But just wished he'd wear trousers instead!

    (My limerick refers to the rather saucy bear in your photos Barbara)

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  5. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    He thought it quite brave
    and sure to please Dave
    And Barbara thought it quite dashing!

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  6. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    And when the rain hit his head
    He yodelled till his face went red
    Barbara you made me smile again ,we once went to Malta it rained and rained and rained memories Happy home coming big crafting hugs xxx

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  7. This is my partners Limerick
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    While all in red except for his head
    There was always a smile from Fred
    You can tell we are still in the hotel while bungalow dries out and is put back together
    We need to do a limerick or blog each day
    Smile smile smile xxx

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  8. Hallo liebe Barbara,

    wundervolle Einsrücke von eurem Besuch in Deutschland zeigst du uns und es ist wettermäßig alles dabei. Ihr habt euch die Laune nicht verderben lassen. Genießt den Aufenthalt und komm bald wieder nach Deutschland. Deine Shows sind immer so genial. Ich liebe es dir zuzuschauen.
    Ganz liebe Grüße herzlichst Silvi

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  9. Hi, Your blog cheered me up. Thank you
    Here is my little limerick offering

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    It made him not sad
    But extremely mad

    Have a safe journey home
    Cheers Fi x

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  10. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red,
    He got caught in the rain,
    Oh what a pain,
    "I'll dry off and craft" he said.

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  11. Hi Barbara, so pleased you managed to have an ice break with Dave and your Mother. Safe journey home.

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He forgot he was in Germany instead of in Spain
    So he used his bright red cape to keep of the rain

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  12. There once was a bear named Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    When it faded to pink
    It caused quite a stink
    With the folks who'd nicknamed him Red Fred

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  13. Well lovely pictures. Not much good at limericks but in for a penny, in for a pount.
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He went on a Cruise
    Drank far too much booze
    He is now, very blue and not red!

    and another silly rhyme
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He tried to be a Saint
    And that what he ain't
    Not George and the Dragon
    Because he fell off the wagon
    So he's one red, dead Fred
    Best wishes and apologies
    Anne (Reading)

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  14. Had to have another silly go
    There once was a bear named Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He looked at some paint
    And thought it quite quaint
    He got out his "geli"
    And filled up his belly
    Now poor Fred is one dead Teddy!
    Well made me laugh - the family say I am barking
    Anne (Reading)

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  15. I came up with two:

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.......
    While strolling the lane
    He got caught in the rain
    And he ended up sick, and in bed.

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.......
    Made a hat from red leather
    Added colorful feathers
    And stuck it on top of his head.

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  16. Hi Barbara, I know I keep saying it, but you ARE so funny :-) Thank you for sharing. Sorry you all ended up like drowned rats, but at least you didn't let it spoil anything, and it meant more ice cream! What's a bit of water, eh, we don't melt or go rusty!!!! Or not us Scots anyway, just blue with the cold!!!!! Don't believe I'm saying it 2 days in a row, but they are lovely buildings, well worth a good look. The bears feel a bit scary /creepy though!

    Wish we had some 'drip, drip, drip, little April showers'!!! I had to water my gardens today, hard work, trailing a hose around the house from window to window, standing at the open windows watering a section at a time! And very scary too, always keeping an eye out for people coming past, diving in the window to hide, if someone is heading in this direction!!!! I never take the easy road - sowing seeds /growing some fruit and veg means regular watering!!! Mind you if we'd got some of your rain my seeds /seedlings and half my plants would be washed away down the road by now!!!!

    Oh no, limerick time! Well you'll know by now - no can do!!! So I'll just spectate!!! And maybe brush up on my basic spelling /grammar instead after last night's offerings!!!!! That'll teach me, trying to write when the tank is totally empty! My English teacher would be sat with his head in his hands!!!

    Hope you enjoy your last wee bit of time in Germany. And that your awaiting to do lists haven't grown any while you were away!!!

    Love Brenda xx

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    1. Sitting at the airport in Atlanta so will be home tomorrow!! Haven't had internet for a few days. Hope you ate keeping well. Xx

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    2. Ah, I was worrying the crocs had got you!!!! This must be the sad bit, coming home, but at least it sounds like you'll have lots of good happy memories to keep forever. And I'm sure your mum and dad will be happy to see you. Phoebe and Cleo will definitely be happy to see you, do they put you in the dog house for a while for abandoning them?!!! I'm just plodding on, trying to keep my mind off the not good stuff. Still doing my wee bits of craft, had a wee blip but I think I've got it back on track again. Waiting for my elbow to settle a bit so I can try the walking the brayer thing :-). How's your withdrawal symptoms!!! Did you manage to talk your sister into taking you back to the craft shop?!!! Good to see you back on here xx

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    3. Hi Brenda, yes Phoebe and Cleo were happy to see me. My sister has a boxer and she went nuts! Her dog does the ignoring thing, so funny when she starts because she turns her back and does huge sighs! We didnt go back to the craft store, i wanted so much and was worried my case would be too heavy! Great memories of my time away now all I need to get is all my washing done :( Glad to hear you have been crafting. What happened to your elbow?

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    4. Och, it's just stupid chronic fatigue syndrome. Usually this happens when I've done too much on the laptop, but I haven't been so not sure what's the cause, so don't know what to stop doing!!! It's like constant toothache, and when it's my knees, they also feel like there's gravel rubbing away in them when I walk! It started after being in the garden on Wednesday, but a lot of my joints are worse just now so may not even be related to that.

      Glad Phoebe and Cleo are happy to see you. My last cat would go in the huff with me even though I was only out occasionally for a short time. She was like your sister's dog but without the vocals, she would sit in front of me with her back to me and just sit there for ages and if I moved she'd move so again she was always sitting right in front of me! It never lasted long though, she liked her food too much!!!! Daisy was scared and clingy after me being away for very long days to the Commonwealth Games last year, but she used to be happy to see me when I was having afternoons out. I'd also get presents of her toys, she brought them to the back door for me getting as soon as I opened the door :-). I'm having real problems with her just now though, remember we had our bad accident several weeks ago, it happened just after me coming in from the garden and every week since when I come back in she is so scared and spits and huffs at me and hides. It doesn't last very long and then she's fine again, but it's breaking my heart seeing her like this with me. I'm only in the garden once a week but I thought she'd have realised by now it was a one off and isn't going to happen again. I keep trying to point out to her, it was her that caused it to happen, not me, but she's having none of it!!! Hope you've got a good drying day for the washing! xx

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  17. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    With white polka dots

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  18. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red..
    Like this he went to the Clarity Store
    bought stamps, stencils and more
    A real Clarity-addict, as Barbara said.

    What a great idea...hard to do a limerick in English
    being Dutch :-)
    Have a nice weekend, Alie :-)

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  19. Their was a bear called Fred who insisted in wearing bright red, from his head to his Toes, he put on his red wellies and rain coat together and wet out in the rain for got his red brolly. His hair got wet bus coloured red hair drip down on his face, his face became red and his hair was pink. As the sun came out and faded the colour. But loved the red face but boy was it sore as the sun rays burnt his face.

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  20. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red,
    The chafing from his thong,
    Proved this was all very wrong,
    So he opted for a claret mankini instead.

    Safe journey home !

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  21. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.......
    It was rather daft
    How the hunter did laugh
    Because now poor old Fred is quite dead!


    Seeing the photos of that rain and your comment about bikes reminded me of the last time we were in Germany on our GoldWings. The sky turned black so quickly and the rain fell just like you've shown - absolutely miserable riding in that, and pretty dangerous too. Daft thing is, we're doing it again later this year :)

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  22. Love the bears, funny story. Well I suppose I had better give the limerick a little bit of thought as I am married to a Fred. Will come back with my entry when I have composed it. Will read the others then and probably have a good laugh. Sate trip home. xx

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  23. Hi Barbara, well that was some rain. Glad you found the perfect place to stop a while. I love the Bears, great way of showing off art, even if the story is just a myth. They remind me of the painted dolphin statues in Venice, Florida. Have a safe drive home tomorrow, hugs xx

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He had such fun
    In the heat of the sun
    That by evening he needed his bed!

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  24. Hello Barbara
    Really enjoyed your travels and looking at the pics and reading your comments.
    I felt that Fred might be lonely so

    There was once a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He stood on every strasse
    Attracting glances from women that went past
    With the hope of finding Freda, a bear he could wed.

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  25. There was once a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red
    Now you see old Fred was a white poor bear
    And was easily seen amidst the snow so fair
    His friends would warn him to shed the red for fear of dread
    Unfortunately old Fred had a big head and insisted on wearing red
    And now his friends lament old Fred is well known
    As --- poor old Fred the Dead !

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  26. Love the photos, but what a shame about the rain! My guests who just checked in told me their mobile had been ruined whilst deep within their rucksack, in a knotted plastic bag!! Nothing like West Coast Scottish rain!!!
    Now for an attempt at a limerick:
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    It clashed with his hair
    And that just wasn't fair
    So he dyed it all blonde instead!

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  27. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    It should have been yellow
    Like that Peruvian fellow
    But it was red from his toes to his head

    There we go.. Best I can do tonight ... xx Margaret Col

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  28. Great photos, pleased to read you didn't get washed away x

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  29. Hi Barbara what another beautiful place, you really sell the places you visit so thank you for letting us share your travels, I really enjoy them. Oh what a shame you had to force yourself to eat more ice cream whilst you sheltered from the rain and fancy finding a Woolies there to buy your brollies!
    Right let's have a go at this limerick lark!

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    What fashion declared
    He couldn't have cared
    "It's just my style" he said.

    Hmmm might have another go later!
    Have a safe journey home.
    Love Diane xxx

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  30. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    It rained cats and dogs
    But he wore only clogs,
    How he wished he'd worn wellies instead!

    Sue Day

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  31. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    From the top of his head
    to the Tip of his toes
    Everyone admired his street cred!
    What creepy looking bears they are. Sorry you got drenched but at least you're all still smiling. xxxx

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  32. Hiya Barb - sounds like an interesting day! Laughter is the best way to go for sure! Here's my limerick:
    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.......
    His finest Lederhosen
    Were covered with red Rosen
    With a fine ruby crown on his head!

    Hope you like it!
    Huggles Rachel x

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  33. Hi Barb, Thanks for showing us some of Germany, it's very pretty, even enjoyable in the rain. Your photo yesterday reminded me of a house I saw somewhere in Cumbria or it could have been Devon, I can't remember, it was many years ago, it had a beautiful painting on the side of it. I wonder if it is still there or it may have been painted over by now, but it was really worth seeing. If anybody knows what I'm talking about perhaps they can let me know where it is.
    here is my attempt at the limerick
    there once was a bear called fred
    who insisted on wearing bright red
    he looked quite dapper
    from his toes to his napper
    everyone called him red fred
    Linda

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  34. Those bears look like another take on the "Cow Parade" (http://www.cowparade.com/) or the public art installations by Wild In Art (http://www.wildinart.co.uk/) where lots of versions of the same statue are sited throughout a city, each painted by a different artist - I think they're generally raffled off at the end of the display period, with the money going to worthy causes. I've always wanted to see such a collection because, as you've proved, they make for a great set of photos. Stumbled across one of the London Bus pieces in Leicester Square last November but couldn't find any of the others, so I just have the one forlorn photo!

    Your blogs from Bavaria have made me quite wistful, reminiscing about my first time away from home, way back in 1979/80, when, quite out of character, I got myself a job as a "Helferin" (housemaid/waitress) at Schloss Elmau, a beautiful castle hotel near Klais, south of Garmisch. It's a truly beautiful part of the world.

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    All his clothes were quite smart -
    Well that is apart
    From the onesie he wore when in bed!

    Hope you like my take on the limerick!

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  35. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.......
    He was caught in the rain
    which puddled his brain
    and now he has gone home to bed.

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  36. ... He danced in the Regen
    And got God's fine Segen
    And went home and went straight to Bett!

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  37. Hello Barbara,
    I´m sure your mum knows the sentence:
    "Der April macht, was er will."
    This was typical for this month. You´ve just been in the wrong area. Here around Frankfurt the farmers need rain desperately...

    Hope you like that:

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    One day he got lost in an arena
    where a torero started his corrida...
    Since that Fred had a chronic headache.

    I cried out loud when I saw your mum´s Paddington imitation ...

    have a safe drive back and a beautiful weekend
    Rolf xxx

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  38. Ok this probably shouldn't be done after two glasses of red wine...

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He fell to the ground
    Which is where that he found
    It was his head that was red instead.

    Enjoy the rest of the trip and have a safe journey home. Hug Jackie

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  39. Ok i'll give it a go

    There once was a bear called fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    When wore black wolly socks
    He'd look like a post box
    And the pigeons would come perch on his head.

    Glad you've had a loverly time, i learn so much when you visit places, thanks for sharing xxxx

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  40. Hi Barbara
    Beary funny!
    There are some quite unique places in Germany. I hope you have a safe journey home.
    Here goes with the Limerick:
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    He painted the town
    Rain came pouring down
    And all of his handiwork bled

    X Chris

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  41. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He sought fortune and fame
    Ended up as a Dame
    And married his old friend Ted

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  42. Hello Barb, I love your blog posts about your travels, you always tell such funny stories. A very interesting one today about the bears and the brewery. Hope it stopped raining eventually. Reading through all the limericks having a good laugh, my brain is still asleep, and cannot come up with anything, so good luck to everyone that had a go. Have a safe trip back. Bx

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  43. Hi Barb,
    Fabulous photos. The town looks lovely. The Bears reminded me of our last trip to London when the Paddington bears were scattered around the city. Dave and I had fun trying to find them all, but we only got to 20 ( out of about 50!) before we had to come home. Not bad for a day and a half though! Sorry you got so wet. Limericks are fabulous - I'll try to get my thinking cap on later. Love to all Alison xx

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  44. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red,
    He thought he looked cool,
    As he lounged by the pool,
    'Til he fell and banged his head.

    Thought this was appropriate as my Fred did bang his head in a pool while on holiday and we ended up in A & E. Needed stitches, ok though no lasting damage. xx

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  45. There once was a bear called Fred
    who insisted on wearing red
    He had great hairy paws
    which when wet squelched outdoors
    so when it rained he stood on his head

    Great memories rekindled with your photos from the last few days. Jacqui

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  46. Loving the bears, but sorry to hear that you got soaked. Here's my go at finishing your limerick:

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red
    When Santa came calling
    He gave him a warning
    As Rudolphs nose is copy right-ed

    Mmmmmm....... I'll stick to the day job I think!

    xxxx

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  47. Your trip to Garmisch reminds me of seeing real cows walking down the main street one day in August, some years ago, as they were expecting snow up on the hills.
    My attempt at the Limerick.

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    His daddy and mummy
    didn't think this was funny
    And packed him straight off to bed

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  48. at least you will find the sun on your arrival. those bears did make me laugh, hugs xx

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  49. Hi Barbara
    This brings back very happy memories of the same weather phenomenon in Germany........Drowned!!

    Here's a go at the limerick

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    His hat, pants and socks
    So impressed Goldilocks
    That they took up their porridge to bed

    Safe journey home...
    Sally

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  50. Hi Barbara, looks like you've had a fab time. Here's my Limerick:

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    His parents were Blue
    And they didn't think Fred knew
    That Amsterdam is where he was bred!!

    Safe journey home.
    Sarah xx

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  51. There once was a bear called Fred.
    Who insisted on wearing red,
    He was going to be wed
    But his bride hated red
    So she made him live in the shed.
    Poor,poor old Fred!!

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  52. Love the blogs of your travels Barbara. The photos are great. You make us feel as though we are there. Hope you've had a good journey home. Hope I'm not too late to try the limerick.

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red
    He looked rather dashing
    Until he took quite a bashing
    When the hailstones poured down on his head.

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  54. Hi Barb,
    It's great that you are having a good time, and can laugh at the rain.

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    He didn't wear much at all,
    But everyone had a ball,
    When it shrank in the rain - that's all!

    Your mum makes a great Paddington!
    Maureen x







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  55. Some great limericks! Here's my effort. Thanks for all the photos Barb, they are cheerful even if some are damp!

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red,
    He was always first seen
    and incredibly clean
    and would never be found wetting the bed!

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  56. Dear Barbara,

    I live an work between Munich and Freising. So I know what you are talking about being "duscht" on Friday ;-)

    Now my try to do a limerick in English:

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red.
    In Frenglish you can say he turned "rouged"
    But in Freising he was "duscht".
    Left was the same old lad - Fred.

    Liebe Grüße aus der Nähe von München

    Monika

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  57. There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted on wearing bright red,
    He put on some Wellys,
    That went up to his belly ,
    and it rained and rained and rained ,


    Pauline

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  58. Sorry it's late.
    Have enjoyed touring Germany with you. Hope the rain didn't dampen your spirits! No shopping trolleys in hotel rooms this time then?
    Here's my ditty with apologies!!!

    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He was happy and jolly
    'Till he needed a brolly -
    So quaffed ein beer at the brewery instead.

    Shelagh ;~}

    P.S. Last summer we had small dolphin statues decorated by different establishments placed all around Aberdeen which, at a later date, were auctioned off for charity. ;~}

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  59. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    His wife was confused
    He wore all her red shoes
    And even her nighty in bed !!

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  60. Hi Barbara

    There once was a bear called Fred,
    Who insisted in wearing bright red,
    It was his favourite colour,
    He would wear no other,
    So was affectionately known as 'Fred the Red'.

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  61. Oh well here goes,
    There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing red
    When out in the strong sunlight
    Being a polar bear and white
    It wasn't his clothes that were red!
    Gayle

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  62. There Once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    From his head to his toes
    Even red pantyhose
    And a red top hat sat on his head!
    That was a quick two minute job before I go to sleep! Dread to think what my dreams will be of! Night night! xxx










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  63. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    He spent lots of lolly
    On a flaming red brolly
    But wished he'd got wellies instead.

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  64. There once was a bear called Fred
    Who insisted on wearing bright red
    From the tip of his tail
    And on each finger nail
    Fred was red to the top of his head.

    Loved the bear comic!

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Thank you for your kind messages and I hope you get inspiration from my ramblings.

Barb x