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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Roman Bob pants!!!!

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: No
  • Simpsons: No, again
  • Tesco: YES!!! Finerly! A ride on the trolley!!
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: 10 I am sooo good at this /10
  • Overall Score: 7.73296/10
HULLO NOT-A-BEARS!!!

Weev been taykin Granny owt playces this summer. The laytest trip was to inside Colchester Carsol. Inside is a big mewseum. It shows yu things from Colchester from the olden days, long ago befor eevn Daddy waz born. Colchester is Britain's oldest town, so thare is lots ov histry. This is good cos Mummy an Granny like histry.

Enyway. Heer ar sum pikchers ov stuff from inside the mewseum.

Can yu spot my fayvrit bit ov Roman pottery? I think it may commemorayte sum aynchent ansestor ov mine!

This is Granny neer a big Roman moesayik:
Theez ar littol Roman lamps:
This is Granny neer a replica of Queen Boodica's chariot:Queen Boodica cayme from this area. She led an attak agenst the Romans, speshly the Romans hoo livd in Colchester. Ware the carsol now is, thare yewst to be a big Roman temple. Yu can go down underneeth the carsol an still see sum ov it. The Romans hid inside it an Queen Boodica burnt it down! This is a bit narsty, but they wer narsty to her ferst. Thare. See, I can do histry lessons, too. I'm an interlektewal Bear.

This is from a Roman grave:
This is an old Roman army helmit:
Ta-daaa!!!!Teeheeeheeeee!!!!


Heer ar sum old Roman howse ornaments:
This is Emperor Clawdius's fayce marsk:
An finerly, this bit ov old concreet haz pawprints from a Roman badger in it:-we reelly liket that, cos Mummy always poynts owt dog an cat futprints in concreet wenever she spots them in concreet. She likes to noe that a animol has walkt parst thare an that it will be recorded forever!

I hope yu like my fotoes. Bye fer now!

8 comments:

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Veeerrrry intrestin Bob. The Romans must have liked it round your way. They didn't bovver to come up here much, because the Pleasure Beach wasn't built then!

Feronia said...

I think that might be yur ancestor, Bobus Bearus! The museum looks reelly interestin' - thanks for showin' us yur pics, Bob :)

Stardust said...

Thank yu fer the tour, dat saves me tikets. I love hystoric stuff, though it's hard to cover evorything in a short tyme.

I hope granny had a good tyme. Must be fun arownd an interlektewal traveller. Yu should go on trips agen!

chicamom85 said...

Bob, it was interesting but it scared me just a little. Could you visit someplace where there are live things next??

licks and sniffs, Sasha

Hammie en Gea said...

Thank you for showing us around Bob! I think the Romans are very interesting! G. reads about them often. She likes books that tell story's about the Celts and the Romans! Have a nice weekend!

Marlowe said...

Your ancestor is very handsome, Bob. Perhaps his name could be Robertus?

CherryPie said...

That looks like such a fun day out :-)

Found art blog said...

I think you need to go visit my friend www.mim4art.blogspot.com - her latest post talks about friendly neurons and someone called Hairy Bobb....!!!