We said goodbye to the Easy Riders on the edge of Gillian Taylforth, and walked into Niddrie, in the middy, before heading out to the northern suburbs. We relaxed awhile in Sunbury, but were told food was scarce by a honey bee, so we continuing northerly.
We were getting rather peckish by the time we got to Riddells Creek, and so we were delighted to see the Holly Valance Best and Scrumptious Bubble and Squeak stall on the side of the road.
We asked how much it was for the fine looking fayre on offer, and Holly Valance replied with a jolly riposte that they were free, but we had to take a challenge or three.
Travelling Tribe Accept the Valance Challenge
We replied that we had faced many challenges on our epic journey, so one or three more was not as daunting a prospect as they might have been a year ago.
Holly Valance said that was great to hear. Then she set our challenge, asking what was the name of the city we had just been in, and was it named such because Mel Gibson was born there.
Bubble and Squeak Speak
We got in a huddle,
over a squeaky puddle,
ready to answer the Valance
knowing we could leave nothing to chance
for our bellies were starting to rumbles
and our legs felt like a couple of bubbles.