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37 - The Squeewee Chronicles - A Boat Trip for Squeewee-25
Finn C. M. Beauchamp
Sun 19 Apr 15
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There he sat. Waiting, inside Finns bag.

A library trip was planned, and he was determined to "come a-yong". So he waited, and then, felt the lift of the bag being lifted onto finns shoulders, and the cycling began.

He waited, excited. And waited. And waited.

And then he slept. Little did Squeewee 25 know that in fact, both Finn and Mum were on their way to the immense, and luxurious yacht "Nzingia".

And when he woke up, the bag was open, and the books that once surrounded him had disappeared, and he heard immense, and in his mind, daft voices were chatting away.

The tide was in, and he felt the slapping waves as they rolled him around the bag. He crept out of the bag, and realized he was on the boat!

He gasped, and dropped back into the bag as another wave rolled by. They were stilled moored up, but it was still a rather windy day. He tried to devour his Pocket Cheesecake, but found he had to run after it so much that when he did catch and eat the cheesecake, he was hungrier than the start.

Disappointed, he decided to see what the daft humans were up to. Eventually, he left the bag, and saw that the humans were doing 2 things that happened a lot more than anything else - eating and talking.


Finn and Mum jumped. Finn sighed. "Oh dear, he's come a-yong..."

"Ooh, Squish!" exclaimed Squeewee, surprised at his abilities.

Well, various experiences took place over the next few days, but I shall only list a few; a curious incident with a seagull, and his journey home.

The incident with the seagull was on the next day... Squeewee decided to go play in the mud. And then, he saw a seagull. Creeping slowly, he jumped out and hissed.

Unsurprised, the seagull simply eyed him, and then... stole his trousers, and then began walking off.

"Waiht! Aah!" he called, running after him, forgetting that seagulls can fly. When he began to, he jumped onto the seagull's leg.

"Oooch! Oooch!" he murmured, as the seagull flew higher and higher. He grabbed his pants out of the beak... and fell.

And fell.

And then...


Straight in the mud. Shocked, Squeewee sat up, brown. And sticky. He was covered in mud.

After walking all over Nzingia, causing Finn and Mum to scrub the deck for an hour, he bathed and slept.

And now, the journey.

As Finn and Mum prepared to go for a quick bike ride, maybe a few chips on the seafront, he grabbed onto the knee of Finn's trouser. This was precarious, but fun.

However, after a while, he realized that the journey would take a little longer. So he bungeed himself to the back of Mum's bike, strapped his two Silkbelts, lit a guitar, and relaxed.

And that was Squeewee 25's first boat trip.


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