Berry Fun Oz Werewolf Episode for Wolf Environmental Week

Hi, it’s Rudi Skollpack, fresh new food and drink correspondent at the Greenygrey for wolf – animal welfare and environment – week at the Greenygrey. My closest human parallel is famous award winning vegetarian chef Eddie Shepherd. My names are derived from the famous wolf names:

  1. Rudi: famed wolf abbreviation of Rudolph.
  2. Skoll: a wolf that chased the sun.
  3. Pack: collective noun for a group of wolves.

Berry Fun Werewolf of Oz Episode 

Berridale Brae hairpin - geograph.org.uk - 162192
Berridale Brae hairpin – geograph.org.uk – 162192 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today we have the 100th episode of Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps. It’s not only a landmark episode, but also a timely one for environmental week at the Greenygrey, as it’s full of berry comedy and wordplay.

The episode sees the travel quest quartet leaving Smiggin Holes, and starting to head north towards the epic Brisbane fun finale. Reaching Berridale sets the tone for the episode.

It ends up so full of berryment that I don’t feel the need to add any more of my own, apart from berryment for merriment above, so I hope you enjoyed my first blog, and don’t think I made a meal of it!

Chapter 100.  Australia’s Greytest Travellers Reach the Capital 

Berridale Braes - geograph.org.uk - 162297
Berridale Braes – geograph.org.uk – 162297 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We left Smiggin Holes where it was, and headed east on the dust sandy path. I thought we’d left the Lord of the Rings influence behind, but that turned out to be nonsense, because I was reminded of it again when we stopped for supper: a berry dal in Berridale.

Can Berryer in Canberra

We were berry impressed with the berries in the dal, and it made us all feel much berrter after our Smiggin Holes ordeal. So we thought we’d try to go beyond the pain berryer; searching for more berries even if it meant a long endurance journey. Angry suggested trying Canberra, as he thought we could berryer there. And you know what, he was right, you can berryer in Canberra. It didn’t take long before we were berrying an incrediberryble amount of berries into our bellies. I don’t know what type the Canberra berries were; maybe cranberries with the r left out.

Missing Dairymans Plains Makes My Mind Complains 

Dairyman's Plain
Dairyman’s Plain (Photo credit: SplaTT)

We headed back down south once our berry ballooned bellies felt balanced, but we made slow progress; because we took along some sloe berries. However, the sloe berries did satisfy my desire for more berries and set my mind at rest; because prior to berrying them, I’d been regretting our decision not to detour to Dairymans Plains, as it sounded good for a raspberry ripple.

It was getting late as we approached Cooma.

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Notes

Dale is a region and battle in Lord of the Rings.
Dal is an Indian food pulse dish.
Berry language: berry – very, berrter – better, pain berryer – pain barrier, can berryer – Canberra, berrying – burying, incrediberryable – incredible.
Berridale, Dairymans Plains and Cooma are real places. Canberra is Australia’s capital.

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