Penguin Classic Werewolf of Oz Episode

Hi, it’s Greenygrey. It’s that Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps second episode time of the week. Before we travel to Oz, you might want to warm up by visiting Suite 101 Svalbard, where Marc Latham has just published his account of the Polar Bear Family and Me first episode.

Werewolf of Oz Penguin Classic 

Koala looks down, Kangaroo Island
Koala looks down, Kangaroo Island (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Then pop back here quickly, as we’re ready to travel to Oz. Back? Sitting comfortably? Well, fasten your seat belts, because our travelling quartet are setting off from Kangaroo Island in episode 53, bringing to an end the little penguin classic AusRuIcket story. There’s also another loopy literary nonsense poem and the Rolf of kangaroo mythology makes another appearance:

53.  ON THE ROAD AGAIN

King Scote and the little penguins were up early, and had prepared a farewell to friends breakfast buffet on the beach. It was most enjoyable, eating freshly cooked tasty treats as the sun rose. But,

like each day’s sun,
each week’s fun,
each month’s moon,
each year’s seasons,
and each life’s spirit;
all that shines must wane.

Orchid, Lift Your Spirit to the Sun Carolyn Kr...
Orchid, Lift Your Spirit to the Sun Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, Private Collection (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We ate our fill shooting the breeze; it was a shame we had to leave. I had thoroughly enjoyed my time on the island, and felt no regret about staying longer than planned.

Skippy versus Rolf

Rolf Harris
Rolf Harris (Photo credit: PicsByZuzanna)

Scoty said he was sorry to see us leave; his final words to us were: ‘Goodbye my friends. May Skippy be with you, and you never meet the Rolf.’

The little penguins said it had been great to meet us all, and especially Bonzo; they would think of him every time they played AusRuIcket.

Then they all waved us off, and we waved back.

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