--The Mystery of the Wobby Bridge--
Hello to my fans and welcome to another frog blog about my time when I am a frog who solves mysteries. This time it's about the MYSTERY OF THE WOBBLY BRIDGE. I was called to Longswamp by an old fisherman who only fished at night. He told me that every night, soon after the sun went down, he would hear a mysterious noise and the bridge would wobble violently, meaning all his fish would fall back into the river. He was extremely bummed out about it!! So I (The Detective) went to solve the mystery. Perhaps there was a crime afoot...
I decided to stake out the bridge wearing a mysterious disguise. I covered myself in leaves and pretended to be a pile...of leaves. A child on a walk tried to jump on me. In retrospect, not my best idea, but I persevered despite this. As night fell, the fisherman got to work catching fish. The air was quiet, and so was the bridge. One hour, and no wobbles. I was getting very itchy (from the leaves) and was becoming impatient. Suddenly... A NOISE. The bridge was dark, so I couldn't see what was happening, but the bridge was wobbling so violently I thought I would fall off like the fish.
I stood up and brushed off my brilliant disguise. With a great effort to stay stable, I followed the source of the wobbling accross the bridge. As I drew closer, I saw a figure! Being careful not to be in danger, I drew my weapon. My magnifying glass-- the greatest weapon of all against crimes. I would never have a real weapon as you would know unless you are a peanut.
Anyway it turned out the figure was just a kangaroo having a big bounce!! I talked to the kangaroo and she said she loves bouncing on the bridge at night but didn't know there was anyone else nearby and agreed to yell out before having her bounce so the fisherman could secure his fish. ANOTHER MYSTERY SOLVED!!
Signing off!! - The Detective