Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Canal Trip update, Quiz clue #1

There are still four spaces left for our voyage aboard MV Richmond on 25th June, and I eagerly await money from some of those who have said, “Yes!”
If you would like to join this expedition into unknown territories, please let Colin know ASAP – tel: 01243 574021 or email dbsandw@googlemail.com.

I warned you in an earlier post that there will be a quiz concerning all things nautical.
It’s a hard quiz, so I propose to publish some pictorial clues.
Here’s the first:


Hmmm?!

8 comments:

parkingspaceman said...

It's reminiscent of a Mercator projection. I think I'd like to explore The Falkland Islands. Are the Baring Straits involved?

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

I am in deep admiration of PSM's lateral thinking, but none of the words in his entertaining comment are the correct answer to the question that has not yet been asked.
The real answer is a little more obvious, but WAIT: all will be revealed!

parkingspaceman said...

All!!!!???? Phew! Can't wait for that!

Brenda May said...

Is that Ken being a bit mucky here? What is a "Parking Spaceman? Or to put it another way: how often should I clean the computer? {Inside I mean). There seems to be a residue of unsavoury material in there and it's not only the music either. Answers on a cybercard only please.

London Apprentice and Special Bitter said...

Oh goodness we think Brenda May has escaped again. Please help us to catch her if you can. So sorry for the inkerdumbrance.

Musically Bent said...

In my opinion there's nothing musical about any of them. The sooner that are back in captivity the better off will be the world. The scale of this is outrageous. The pitch is poor and pace lacking.

parkingspaceman said...

BM, MB, LA&SB - I sense evidence of multiple-personality disorder, for these are surely the alter egos of Mr. Greene, he of the 'lost song book' syndrome. I think he should seek professional help/increase his medication/whack himself on the head with a folio. (Pretending to be a woman, what's all that about?).

parkingspaceman said...

I wonder what degree of latitude the lady pictured would allow me... Or should I be concentrating on the long-legitude?