Sapphire and Jazz here, Just for a bit of fun to keep you all thinking on these dark nights, Jazz and I was wondering if you could answer any of these? we must admit we did have some help of our Uncle Ian and Granny.
1, Name the fifth member of the Enid Blytons Famous Five?
2, Tintin was always ably assisted by a white fox terrier but what was the terriers name?
3. Name the 2001 top ten hit by The Baha Men? (its our theme music when Jazz and I go rallying)
4, Who looks after the Darling Children in J.M.Barrie's book/ film Peter Pan?
5, In the wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, Dorothy gets transported to Oz with her faithful 4 legged friend, What was his name and what breed was he?
6, TINBGOLDEN is an anagram of a place in the UK but where is it?
Have fun doing these and Jazz and I will be keeping a eye that there is no cheating going on HA HA HA, we will give you 5 days then we will get on to Aunty Lesley to put the answers on the blog for you all
Have fun from Sapphire and Jazz The Two Rally happy Bedlingtons here in SHROPSHIRE
Thank you Jazz and Sapphire without cheaing I cannot answer any of these! I am sure some of the bloggers will know the answers
Hello One and All
Sapphire and Jazz here as promised here are the answers to our little Fun Quiz so eyes down how many did you get right?
Q1 Name the fifth member of the famous five by Enid Blyton
A, It was Timmy The Dog
Q2 Tintin was always ably assisted by a white terrier called/
Q3 Name the top ten hit sung by the Baha Men in 2001?
A Who Let The Dogs Out
Q4 Who looks after the Darling children in J.M.Barries Peter Pan?
A. Nana The Newfoundland Dog
Q5 In the wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L.Frank Baum, Dorothy gets transported to Oz with her faithful four legged friend, what was he called and what breed is he?
A. Toto and he was a Caine Terrier
Q6 TINBGOLDEN is an anagram of where in British Isle's?
Well we hope you had at least a bit of fun to pass a dull 5 minutes doing this Quiz while it was raining. Woof, Woof, Woof from Sapphire and Jazz (The Two Happy, Rallying Bedlingtons from Shropshire)