Werewolf of Oz Travel Friends Reunions

As mid-winter Christmas and other holidays approach, the latest episode of your favourite werewolf travels Australia to a Wizard of Oz theme travel quest satirical comedy epic couldn’t be timed better.

Werewolf of Oz Reunion

Hi, it’s Greenygrey, with another fun episode of Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps.

It’s quite a long chapter, and full of warm mince pie moments, so I’ll let you get on with the goings on down under in the Emerald Beach cave.

Chapter 130.  For the Life of Brian 

Australiana: a cork hat on a sixpack of VB
Australiana: a cork hat on a sixpack of VB (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I looked around at my travel companions, and they all nodded in unison. I had not doubted them. I told Emily the emerald cork hat we would be proud to join her in the battle of Bri’s bane.

She thanked us, before inviting us to join the crowd in the cavern. She told me she thought I’d recognise a few faces.

Meeting Old Friends

There were indeed some familiar faces.

Miniature Australian Sheepdog puppy
Miniature Australian Sheepdog puppy (Photo credit: Just chaos)

I could hardly believe my eyes when they told my mind that Digger and Aussie, two of the first friends I made on the trip, were standing in front of me.

It wasn’t until I’d hugged them that I accepted it as bona fide. After catching up with my canine cohorts I introduced them to Angry, Cathy and Elle; because I hadn’t even met them when I met ol’ Dig and Aus.

It all seemed such a long time ago now, and strange to think that I had landed in Oz all alone.

I was just getting over the surprise of Dig and Aus when there was a tap on my shoulder.

English: Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus tasma...
English: Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus tasmaniensis) on Maria Island, Tasmania, Australia. The entire island is a national park, Maria Island National Park. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When I looked around I saw yet another of my dear ol’ friends from early in the journey: the very venerable Vombatus Ursinus. It was great to see it looking swell. Vombat the Wombat joined our circle and soon got to know everybody and everything.

Mine’s a Large One

I was about half way through telling Vombat about my journey when the walls started to rumble, and some rocks broke off. Everybody looked at the epicentre with anticipation, while beginning to take guard.

I wondered if it was a bulldozing blitz by Bri’s bane.

Collie Pups
Collie Pups (Photo credit: me’nthedogs)

A hole started to appear, and everybody tensed.

As more rocks fell a paw emerged, and then the identity of the new arrivals was revealed.

Why, it was none other than Colin and Ollie, the collie collier twins from Collie.

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