Caption Competition #5

Spring Break

Paul occupies himself during spring break

This photograph was taken during Spring Break of March 2004. My son Paul is the one that appears to be holding up one gigantic rock. It will be interesting to read the captions you come up with because I can’t think of any right now.

Rachel eating Turkish Delight

Rachel eating Turkish Delight

The first prize (Kaysville and environs only) is a 51 gram Fry’s Turkish Delight bar. Turkish Delight is the addictive confection to which Edmund Pevensie succumbs in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis. Sales of Turkish Delight rose following the theatrical release of the film version of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. This is your chance to find out what Turkish Delight tastes like and if it is really addictive.

Rachel agreed to model the Turkish Delight. After eating one bar she wanted to also eat the bar that has been reserved for first prize. Perhaps these Turkish Delights are addictive after all. Well now, write a caption at your own risk.

The judging of this latest competition passes from Judge Jill to Judge Jake. I expect we will run the competition for two weeks. Even if you are not local we will still be delighted to hear from you. However, we cannot mail prizes because there is no money left in the budget. Turkish Delights don’t come cheap you know.

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  1. Must have had a powerful Cheerios breakfast.

  2. Jake! No, I don’t know how we did it, just get Mom quick!

  3. My buddy Atlas (Greek God) wants me to take over holding the world for him when he goes on vacation, so I just thought I would get some practising in.

  4. “Come help me push this rock down the hill.”

  5. Paul was told he could only take one rock home with him, now you know why the sandbox is gone…

  6. I’m just going to put in a few holes and solder some wires together and then we can install an infrared camera with remote control from the main computer in camp to see what kind of animals walk along this trail at night. I’m going to need a long piece of cable and some ten gallon drums and a dozen microwave ovens to make it work right.

  7. hi,

    You can find more information and different tastes all about Turkish Delight on, when you search by ggbytech or Turkish Delight in it.


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