The Cheese and Tomato Sandwich Old Jack's Boat


The Cheese and Tomato Sandwich

Children's series. Jack and Salty go in search of some pepper for a cheese and tomato sandwich, and the rainbow catches a cold!


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Good day to you.

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# This is the place to be

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For Salty Dog and me

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# Down by the harbour, we'll be there

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# Round every corner, there's something to share

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# Give us a cheer Our friends are here

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# Just Salty Dog and me. #

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Ha-ha! Come on, Salty!

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# This is the place to meet

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# Down at the end of the street

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# Seagulls flying up in the blue

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# There's always a cup of tea waiting for you

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# Out in the sun, having some fun

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# Just Salty Dog and me

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# Haul away, haul away

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# Sing a song of the sea

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# Hoist the sail I'll tell you a tale

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# Of Salty Dog and me

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# This is the place to go

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# And these are the people we know

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# The village is busy with things to see

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# And there's the Rainbow down by the quay

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# There's stories to tell Join us as well

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-# Just Salty Dog and me. #

-MOBILE RINGS

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JACK SINGS TO HIMSELF

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Salty? Come on.

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What's going on, girl? What?

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You're a funny old thing and no mistake.

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I wonder, has it got anything to do with the ball in my pocket? Yeah?

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Let me see, where did I put it now?

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Whoops-a-daisy!

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Whoa! Ho!

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Ha-ha! Captain Periwinkle!

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At ease! Hello, Jack! Where's Salty?

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She's off chasing a ball somewhere.

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She'll be back soon. She always comes back.

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-You haven't seen her ball, have you?

-No, I've been filling my pepper pots.

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-Got to keep them shipshape!

-I'm sure it'll turn up.

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SALTY BARKS

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Oh-ho! Talking of things turning up!

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-Where have you been, girl?

-SALTY BARKS

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No, there's no ball!

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Don't worry, I'm sure we'll find it.

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What's up with you today, Salty?

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No, steady! Steady, girl! Oh!

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LOUD CRASH

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Achoo!

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Oh, mind the pepper!

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Achoo!

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Achoo! I'm sorry, Captain.

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Salty, what's the matter with you?

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That'll be my p-p-pepper! Achoo!

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Not to worry, I'll get it cleaned up in a jiff.

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We're causing chaos here. Oh... I'll see you later, Captain.

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-See you later, Jack.

-Yeah, bye.

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Achoo!

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MAGIC TINKLES

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Got to keep things shipshape!

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There she is, the Rainbow!

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Well, what have you got for us today, my dear?

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Heh-heh! Come on, Salty.

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HE HUMS

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Here we are.

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There you go, Salty. Let's get comfy.

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That pepper went everywhere, didn't it?

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I hope Captain Periwinkle sorted things out.

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Here, do you remember that time we went in search of some pepper?

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Let me get comfortable and I'll tell you all about it.

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This is going to whiffle your whiskers.

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Once upon a twinkly time,

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the Rainbow set off from Staithes,

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waved goodbye to Whitby and disappeared over the horizon.

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It was a bitterly cold day, so Salty and I cuddled up together

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and sang a song to keep warm.

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# Just Saltly Dog and me

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# Upon the briny sea

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# We're sailing off to who knows where?

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# It's ever so cold, but we don't care

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# We're cuddled up snug like two bugs in a rug

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# Just Salty Dog and me. #

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"I'm as hungry as a gobbly gannet, Salty, my girl," I said,

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"let's have lunch early."

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So, I unwrapped my cheese and tomato sandwich. Oh, it did look tasty!

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I took a bite...

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Urgh!

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I'd forgotten to add the black pepper.

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"It just doesn't taste the way I like it," I told Salty, sadly.

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"I always like a bit of black pepper."

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Well, Salty dashed off and returned with her favourite ball.

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"That's not going to taste very nice on my sandwich," I said,

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but Salty had other ideas.

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She thought a game of Catch would cheer me up.

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"All right," I said, picking up the ball.

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I threw it and we heard a 'boink' and a 'clunk' and a 'achoo'

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and it was gone.

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Salty covered her head with her paws.

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All in all, we were not having a good day. No pepper and now no ball!

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"Tell you what," I announced,

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"if we sail all the way to the Land of Spices,

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"we can pick up some black pepper for my sandwich

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"and we might be able to buy a new ball, too."

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The Rainbow let out a cough.

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"Now, listen, Rainbow," I said,

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"I know the Land of Spices is a long way from Staithes,

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"but the wind is with us," I said.

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So, we headed south at a fair old speed

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and, apart from the odd cough and splutter from the Rainbow,

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everything seemed to be going well.

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But suddenly, I spotted a huge dark cloud heading towards us.

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"Uh-oh," I said.

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We were approaching the Cape of Storms.

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"Hold on to your whiskers, Salty!"

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"Many a ship has been dashed on these rocks," I told her.

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And then, before we could say 'somersaulting seagulls',

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a terrible storm was upon us.

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The Rainbow heaved and creaked

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and it coughed and it spluttered

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and it tipped this way and that.

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And then, out of the whirling waters

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came a huge, hulking blue shadowy thing.

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It was Bluey the whale!

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"Help, Bluey!" I cried. "Help!"

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And then Bluey did an incredible thing.

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He opened up his mighty mouth and...

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..he swallowed up the whole storm,

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wind and rain and all.

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And before we knew it, the sky was blue

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and the sea was gentle again.

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"Boggling barnacles, that was magnificent!" I gasped.

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Bluey had saved us.

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"No problem, said Bluey, "I like swallowing storms."

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We told Bluey that we were heading for the Land of Spices

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because I wanted some pepper for my cheese and tomato sandwich.

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"Rig up a sail and I'll help you," said Bluey.

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So, we did.

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Ever so gently, Bluey blew out

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the wind he had sucked up.

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"It's all right, I'll not blow out the rain," he said, with a chuckle.

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"Good idea!" Salty woofed.

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She'd had enough bad weather for one day.

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Soon, we reached the Land of Spices.

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It was a hot, dusty place and all the trees looked droopy.

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Well, we came to a market full of stalls

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selling all sorts of unusual foods

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and wonderful whiffs wafting on the breeze.

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Salty's nose twitched.

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She could smell black pepper.

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"Where is it, my girl?" I said.

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Eagerly, Salty lead the way.

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She is ever so good at sniffing.

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She stopped at a stall

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that sold exotic spices.

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"Welcome to the Land of Spices," said the lady on the stall.

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"How can I help you?"

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"Do you have any black pepper?" I asked.

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"Oh, yes, the best black pepper," said the lady,

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"but this is my last bag.

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"Things haven't been growing well here.

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"It hasn't rained for months."

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Well, I felt a bit bad about taking the last of the lady's pepper.

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I wondered if there was something we could do for her.

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And then Salty's whiskers whiffled.

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She was having one of her bright ideas.

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She raced to the water's edge and had a word with Bluey,

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and Bluey grinned and then heaved.

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A swirling grey cloud rose up from Bluey's blowhole.

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It was the rain that Bluey had sucked in earlier.

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Up and up it went,

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higher and higher,

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and then settled over the Land of Spices.

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And then... Pitter-patter.

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..it started to rain cool, cool raindrops.

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It rained and it rained

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and the trees lifted up their leaves

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and little flowers flowered

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and people whooped with joy.

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"Rain! You've brought us rain!

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"Thank you," said the lady at the spice stall.

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"It's all thanks to Bluey," I said, as we waved goodbye

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and headed off with the little bag of black pepper.

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It was only as we got to the quayside that we realised

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we hadn't bought Salty a new ball.

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Salty was a little sad, she does love a ball,

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but she knew that it was time to go home.

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The Rainbow let out a worrying cough as we climbed on board.

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"If the Rainbow's not feeling well,

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"I can blow you home," said Bluey,

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"I still have wind in my belly." And...

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..he blew.

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And off we sailed.

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And, at last, I took out my sandwich

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and sprinkled on some black pepper.

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And as Bluey blew... "Whoo!"

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..some of the pepper wafted upwards

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and into the Rainbow's funnel.

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Uh-oh! Pepper makes the Rainbow sneeze.

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"Achoo!"

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The Rainbow let out a huge sneeze from her funnel

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and out popped Salty's ball.

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Ha-ha! Salty was just about as happy as a dog can be.

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Even the Rainbow seemed to smile.

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"Well, Bluey, you have made everyone happy today," I said.

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"You are a lovely, lovely friend."

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And with that, he blew us all the way back to Staithes and home.

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Oh, what a trip! And all because of a bit of pepper!

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Achoo! Excuse me!

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Did you like that story, Salty?

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All true, of course.

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Mind you, my stories always are.

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Come on, girl.

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Hello, there, Ernie!

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Eh up, Jack! Hello, Salty!

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-She's a bit frisky today.

-Oh, aye?

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Yeah, she's wearing me out chasing balls.

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Oh! It's a ball you want, is it, Salty?

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Well, look at what I've got here!

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-Oh, Ernie, no, no, no!

-Fetch!

-No!

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LOUD CRASH

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-Oh, dear!

-I can't leave you two alone for two minutes, can I?!

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Apologies, Captain.

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Sorry, Captain Periwinkle.

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Don't worry. There's no more pepper, or balls, for you three!

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A nice quiet cup of tea, instead.

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BOTH: Perfect!

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Thank you.

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Jack and Salty go in search of some pepper for a cheese and tomato sandwich, and the Rainbow catches a cold.


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