What’s that saying about buses?
L.B. hadn’t been out of the house for months before this week but not content with scrambling up fallen trees and stalking deer a few days ago, little Leo summited Great Whernside today, even though he couldn’t see five feet in front of him and was nearly camouflaged in his cricket whites!
He saw yet more deer, wild ones this time, a mouse, a barn owl and some high altitude (2,310 ft) residing frogs, complete with spawn.
He also did what any sane visitor to Kettlewell does… dined on some Kettle Crisps!
It’s been a while since Silly Point caught up with L.B. Wilson and I’m delighted to say that Leonard Bartholomew’s been on an adventure today!
Leo’s been scrambling up fallen trees in the style of Bear Grylls, with his cricket bat in tow I might add!
He’s posed for some outdoor shots and been stumped in the process (Ha!).
He’s seen some very white deer. Honestly, its a deer, not a sheep or a goat. There was another one that had antlers!
L.B even stumbled upon a cricket pitch where Silly Point himself once struck 29 runs including a rare six, once took an excellent caught and bowled right at the batsman’s feet and… oh yeah, there was that time I got smacked for 37 runs off just four overs!
Ahhh, go away. No bad omens please!
I’m sure that none of Silly Point’s regular followers will forget being introduced to our mascot L.B. Wilson last month. For those of you that missed it please see the post below:
Well L.B. finally got himself out and about again today and can be seen in the photo above standing perilously on a suspension bridge that traverses the River Wharfe. You’ll have to forgive the photo quality but with two hikers on the bridge at the same time there was a bit of a wobble. Fortunately L.B lived to tell the tale and looks forward to sharing many more of his adventures in the future.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Mr Leonard Bartholomew Wilson (Or L.B. as he’s known to his friends) to the crease. With initials like his L.B. was always destined for a career in the game. Regular Silly Point followers may have already seen L.B. around on site and we thought that the time had arrived where he merited a more formal introduction.
Today L.B. can be seen at Grimwith Resevoir in North Yorkshire and Silly Point looks forward to sharing more of his travels with you in the future.
Disclaimer: Please be aware that a grown man befriending, photographing and blogging about the travels of a cake topper is a perfectly normal activity!