Ladybird Swarms, a Swiss Fondue and Cat-up-a-tree, Suffolk and Cambridge - 18th October 2009

There's a ladybird swarm one sunny autumn day; Rachel and Sam in Cambridge host one of their legendary fondue nights; Boris disappears and is later found cowering up the walnut tree, shivering. Nosher has to get the ladder out to rescue him

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A Taptu Teddy hang off an office window.

A Taptu Teddy hang off an office window.

The ladybird swarm starts

The ladybird swarm starts

A few wisps of spider-web adorn a tiny fir tree flower

A few wisps of spider-web adorn a tiny fir tree flower

A 'classic' red'n'black ladybird (or 'Bishy Barney Bee' in Suffolk dialect)

A "classic" red'n'black ladybird (or "Bishy Barney Bee" in Suffolk dialect)

A shiny red ladybird

A shiny red ladybird

A ladybird climbs up a peeling windowframe

A ladybird climbs up a peeling windowframe

Rachel and Isobel share a laugh

Rachel and Isobel share a laugh

Isobel inspects a bloc of bread-and-cheese on the end of her stick

Isobel inspects a bloc of bread-and-cheese on the end of her stick

Sam pours a drop of schnapps

Sam pours a drop of schnapps

Rachel waves about a bit

Rachel waves about a bit

Fondue lounge

Fondue lounge

A bottle of schnapps and some waving around

A bottle of schnapps and some waving around

More giggles

More giggles

Boris-kitteh gets stuck up a tree

Boris-kitteh gets stuck up a tree

Milly runs up the tree for a bit and shows Boris how it's done

Milly runs up the tree for a bit and shows Boris how it's done

Fred the Head

Fred the Head

Fred grabs a table mat

Fred grabs a table mat

Fred walks around his DJ box

Fred walks around his DJ box

   
   
   
   
   
   

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