Thank you to everybody who joined in with my plea for badge ideas for the Didsworth Forest Folk Fellowship, for when Dixie and Percy were small,
especially @josiecreates, @JuliaLeeAuthor, @Pollylwh, @GrannyWinnie, @chaletfan, @RachelClowes and @MsTick68.
singeing sausages over an open fire of pathetically thin twigs,
toasting marshmallows on sticks,
cooking eggs on a safety pin and string,
singing ging gang goolie and Kum By Yah,
napkin shape making,
cake sprinkle sorting,
picnic hamper packing,
and being REALLY USEFUL…
I think I am spoilt for choice!
I also now know the difference between a woggle and a toggle.
And the final honour, that of being the Didsworth Forest Folk Fellowship Sixer, goes to @Celialikesbooks.
Because she was once a REAL sixer, and because she owned orange tartan shorts and matching waistcoat, which, while it may not be the official uniform, would certainly be fairly electrifying in Didsworth.