And Last but not Least -
The "Arrivaderci Roamer"
Needing absolutely no introduction, these two types can be seen every morning going about their business -
And be on special lookout for this :-
You'll recognise it when you motor up behind one -
There are of course, many other "things" that aren't mentioned here, like the eternal Volvo Driver (Yes, they're still around -
A dead giveaway this one -
You can see these coming out in droves from the gates of Benenden School, heading our way.
("Well we all had to learn sometime" . We hear you shout.. Despite many years of driving, sadly, some of us still are!)
Que Sera! Happy Motoring.
Just managed to capture this blighter... On NO account follow this one -
Just been down the "ROAD TO HELL", or the "DEVIL'S RIDING SCHOOL" perhaps???
and on the subject of "things", we strongly recommend you DON'T buy this in the CO-
No comment necessary, except to the clown who did the labelling...
TRY OUR QUICK QUIZ!
Guess the cause of this Traffic Jam.
A) A Tractor
B) A Big Tractor
C) A Bloody Big Tractor
Write your answers on the back of the Driver and post to the North Pole. (along with his infernal machine.)
A similar version of the Jayceebius is the French "Massif Fergasson". Generally lays dormant in neighbouring fields waiting patiently for suitable weather changes. Noticeably during a hot summer, just when the airconditioning in your vehicle has packed up and you have all the windows open, it will invariably appear through the hedge in front of you and proceed along ten miles of impassable bends to the next field engulfed in clouds of black diesel exhaust.(heading your way!) Conversely, during periods of wet weather, it may also slither on to the road with enough mud on the wheels to build an adobe hut! Whilst the driver is happily bumping up and down to the sounds of "Adge Cutler and the Worzels" through his headphones, the aforesaid mud is busily transferring to your windscreen. For the avid Tractor Spotter, the best time to view their antics is daily between the hours of 8.00am and 10.00am with a repeat performance between 3.30pm and 5.00pm -
Other types not shown are the Giant Rear Wheeled Monsters commonly found grinding their way up Rock Hill towing large containers of assorted farmyard Bio-
Normally found living along the Cranbrook -
These are old favourites in and around the VIllage -
Seen here on an open stretch of Motorway, more likely appearing wedged between two rows of parked vehicles outside the Antiques Shop and the Village Store around school opening time or 4.30 in the afternoon. Can neither go backwards nor forwards due to the half mile queue of traffic built up either side, waiting to get past it. Should you plan to be approaching Sissinghurst from either Cranbrook or Biddenden at that time, bring your flask with you -
(However, if you see only one driver, he will be travelling at twice the speed of sound to get to his next appointment!!)