I went up North to see the famous wall... Apparently it was built in Roman times, named after the emperor at the time, Hadrian. The exact reasons for building the wall are unknown but I think it is to keep Scotland separate from England...The wall was occupied throughout the Roman rule of Britain and it was used as a last line of defence againt the Scottish tribes. I suspect it was also hepful in preventing the Barbarian Teddy bears from upsetting the Teddies living in the North of England.
Here I am posing for my picture on the wall itself. I am particularly pleased with this shot as my fur seems particularly bright!
Me looking out over the wilds of Northern England. It was a lonely place at times. I used this time to think about what it might have been like for my teddy ancestors, always worried about the Barbarian Teddies.