Gaelic children's series. Bob gets busy on a smaller job than usual. Lofty helps some otters cross a road he and Dizzy are cementing.
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-There's more road to build further on.
-Rock and roll!
-Lofty, can you clear up here?
-Don't be long. Dizzy will need more water from the river soon.
-Oh, OK, Bob.
-Let's go. See you soon, Lofty.
Don't run over my cement, Lofty. It's very wet.
All right, Dizzy. At least, I think so.
-Oh, hello, otters. How are you?
-THEY SQUEAK AND CHITTER
Er...what do you want?
-You want to get to the river?
You mustn't walk across the cement.
That's it. Come on, little otters. Jump in. I'll get you across.
Hi, Lofty. You've been ages. Everything OK?
I was helping the little otters get to the river.
I didn't want them stepping in Dizzy's cement.
Looks like it's YOU who's in the cement!
-Oh, no! What will Dizzy say?
-She'll say, "Well done, Lofty!"
Looking after animals is more important than marking some cement.
Don't worry. We can fix it!
Gaelic children's series. Bob gets busy on a smaller job than usual.
Dizzy is laying wet cement, and Lofty is collecting water from a nearby river in a bucket. He sees some otters trying to cross the still-wet road. Giving the otters a lift in his bucket, he moves them safely to the other side. Lofty is concentrating so hard he doesn't realise his wheels have gone into the cement. Lofty is worried what Dizzy will say when she sees it. Bob assures Lofty that she'll say 'well done' for looking after the otters so kindly.