The Adventures Of Binkleman The Brave

In memory of my dear little kitten Cougar who was nearly 2monthes old when he sadly passed away. Also in memory of the main character in this book. My sweet little Binx who became my first little black cat and died a while back now.

This book is dedicated to my boy Nathan who I finally got back because what happens in '!No Nathanial No!' really happened. I miss Cougar & Binx but at least I still got my dear Nathanial.

Hope you enjoy then, this may seem stupid to some but I promised Binx I would finish all the series and so here they are.



45. The Lake

We eventually came to a huge, dark, and murky looking lake. We sat there for quite a long time as it was a very beautiful spot. Nice and sunny with a warm breeze and not a cloud in the sky. The sun blazing down on the water as the wind rippled it. We suddenly realized there was no wind as the ripples got bigger and bigger. The water began to come apart as a head, followed by a long neck rised out of the water. It was like the Scottish tales. It was a real live Loch Ness Monster! It began to swim like an underwater torpedo, heading straight towards us. It was floating on it's belly the whole way, like a speed boat with fours small flippers like oars. It got out of the water and stood right before us. It was huge. Bigger than an elephant, and nearly as tall as a giraffe. It's neck was very long and was upright. It bent it's long neck to the round to look straight at us with it's dark blue eyes. It's eyes gave a sparkle as the sun hit them. I gave a loud gulp of terror. It opened it's mouth bearing it's teeth. We all closed our eyes and buried ourselves in the ground as we led down preparing for the worst. All we heard through the darkness was a very loud yawn and the sliding of flippers on land moving away from us. We all opened our eyes, all of us had not been eaten. My fake mother gave a meow to thank the creature for sparing our lives. As it got into the water and became fully submerged in it. The Loch Ness Monster turned to look at us with only half of it's neck poking out of the water. It winked as us, gave a kind of smile, if you call it that, then it was gone. Back bellow the depths of the murky water. Probably never to be seen again for many years. I have heard in old ancient tales that they can stay in the water for many years, without coming up for air. That's probably why the one in Scotland is hardly ever seen. It has all the food it needs in the lake and can breath underwater as well as out of water. It's even able to walk on land as I have just learnt.

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