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Is that it, george? Now where shall we spread it? A map is always easiest to read on the floor.
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Ill push the table out of the way. Well, be careful, for goodness sake, said george. Fathers in his study, and you know what happened before when someone pushed the table right over!
And stop brushing my face with your tail. Wuff, said timmy and lay down heavily on the map. Dont you know were in a hurry? We want to trace our route to billycock hill. Is that where were going? Its near some caves we want to see and theres a butterfly farm not far off, and.
A butterfly farm! Whatevers that? A farm for butterflies! Do they really? Well, I must say I used to enjoy keeping caterpillars and seeing what they turned into it was like magic to see a lovely butterfly or moth creep out of the chrysalis. Apparently billycock hill is a good place for rare butterflies too thats why theyve got their farm there.
It sounds exciting, said Dick. Well, what with caves to see, and a butterfly farm, and toby to visit, and. And just Five together again on a sunny weeks holiday! As they traced out the way, there came an angry noise from the study, where georges father was at work. Whos been tidying my desk?
Where are those papers I left here? Fanny, Fanny come here! No, I cant shes gone shopping. Why cant people leave my papers alone? What are you doing, Father? Uncle quentin sorry you fell over us! Shut up, timmy this isnt a game!
Wheres your mother, george? Wheres joanna? If shes been tidying my desk again Ill give her her notice! Whatevers all this noise about? Never you mind, Ill come along and find it, said joanna, who was used to Mr kirrins ways.
Pick up that map, you four and put the table back.
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Stop barking, timmy. Toby has a dog called Binky and a five year-old brother named Benny who also has a pet. There have been dogs, a parrot, a slow-worm, a goat, a snake, a fox, a puffin or two, at least three monkeys and goodness knows what else, but now we have a pig as a friend and counselor to one of the players — a pigling which, for obvious reasons, is called Curly.
I can't say I'd heard the word pigling before Toby's mother gives them all a mouth-watering high-tea and then the Five set off to find a place where they can camp out under the stars. Up on Billycock Hill they enjoy the magnificent view and George spies an airfield in the distance. Toby, who has helped them take their camping gear up, tells them that his cousin who is a flight-lieutenant is involved with experimental aircraft at the establishment.
There are obviously secrets connected with the place and it would be a great background for a Famous Five adventure.
They settle themselves into their camp and Toby with his dog Binky, goes back to the farm. In the morning he returns with some extra food for the hungry Five and whilst they are choosing the best place to visit a Quentin-like butterfly collector appears and they are introduced to him.
He is Mr. Gringle and he often roams around the hill catching butterflies which he and his partner Brent, breed at his nearby farm. He agrees to the children visiting his work-place and as they move off they are joined by Toby's little brother who has been trying to catch his errant pig which has a habit of running away — at least that's according to Master Benny.
The little boy seems to disappear after that but emerges again later after the rest of them have had a swim. A witch-like woman peers through a window at the group and they are informed that she is a kind of housekeeper and she also has a son who, when he visits, does any repairs that are needed and cleans the glass of the butterfly houses.
Gringle makes the children feel a little uncomfortable because he's rather queer and seems to live in another world but the children view and admire the lepidopterist's wonderful collection. As they are going the woman they saw earlier appears and because Timmy is growling at her she points a finger at him and subdues the dog whilst uttering strange words!
She would be representative of several ill-used crones that feature in the Enid Blyton series of books and an example might be Aggie from Five Get into Trouble. This elderly woman's name is Mrs. Janes and she warns them quite graphically about her son and tells them to go away before he sets his eyes on them.
They leave and decide they'd like a swim so Toby shows them a convenient pool which is near the secret airfield. It might not be all that secret but it has the EB stamp on it which conveys an image of a place seen by few outsiders.
There is a certain intrigue involving land which has been set aside for hush-hush government experiments especially those connected with clandestine experiments — remember the Manhattan Project? One EB example which comes to mind when this setting is discussed would be the top-secret area inadvertently visited by the children after the terrifying and highly dramatic episode heralding the end of the second Bill Smugs book. They reach the pool and they all take a swim because Toby assures them it'll be all right despite the Keep Out notice but unfortunately they are chased away by a uniformed official from the airfield.
Back at the farm they find that Toby's flight-lieutenant cousin — Jeff, is visiting.
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The children meet him and think he's a really decent chap. They would love to go up with him in his 'plane but there are doubts that he can grant their wish owing to the secret nature of his work. The Five set off for their camp on Billycock Hill and Anne manages to catch a butterfly which they think might interest Mr.
Gringle so the boys take it to his residence and meet Brent, the chap who helps with the butterfly-breeding. He wears dark glasses and is also rather peculiar They see the witch-woman again and give her some money because they are rather sorry for her and then they return to camp where they feel like listening to a little music on the radio which they have included in their luggage. As the years go by, Anne is slowly becomes more assertive and worthy of respect when she feels like making a point and she initially expressed this unexpected side of her character in Five on Kirrin Island Again.
Now she states unequivocally how she loathes people who spoil the peace and quiet by playing radios at a high volume. She would like to "kick their wireless to pieces" and once in the past, Julian had to restrain her from scolding some people who were picnicking with their gramophone going full pelt!
I still don't really know what one of those was used for although obviously they were something to do with radios because Miss Brown bought one from a wireless shop to use for an aquarium.New York: Wuff, said timmy and lay down heavily on the map.
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