“Heroes” … ( just for one day ).

We catch up with three of our feathered friends in the middle of a particularly busy day (for other family members, that is). Chloe and Olivia have taken the little ducklings to school, and a somewhat worried Alice has taken Heston, who was up all night with a sore bill and a raging temperature, to see their general quacktitioner.

Julius has had a slightly quieter morning, calling on his friends Gerald and Duncan to discuss business (er, that is, to indulge in the age old drake pastime of having a good chinwag and putting the world to rights). All he has to do is to remember to pick up the ducklings from nursery later that day.

Having concluded their business to their immense satisfaction, the three amigos wander down Bear Lane towards the High Street in search of a late lunch ….

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It was a good job that Gerald, who is a Special Duck Constable, always carries his whistle. But Julius is going to be in big trouble with Chloe and the ducklings ……


10 thoughts on ““Heroes” … ( just for one day ).

    • Ahh! Duncan’s umbrella – why does a duck even need an umbrella ? Perhaps he fancies himself as Steed from The Avengers or Mary Poppins even ?? The missing umbrella is a mystery perhaps only constable Gerald can solve.
      No they didn’t get any lunch – poor Duncan had a hypo and had to be revived with a gateau from Farthings! 🍰

  1. Sigh! … my heroes. Such bravery and such prompt attention from those lovely police persons. Wouldn’t be like that in England!

    • Actually they have recently closed the local police station so I’m not sure they would be so prompt in real life now – thank goodness for the ducks !

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