Kaikoura has had an earthquake which has slips on the main roads
in and out of Kaikoura. The railway lines are buckled and access is by
Terry Tan has got the helicopters ready to fly to Kaikoura
to help in any way he can.
Richard has arrived with the donated food that he will load into the
biggest helicopter which will be flown to Kaikoura.
Terry is going to fly to the Kaikoura ranges and check if
there are any rabbits injured or any rabbits that need assistance. Terry lands
at the bottom of a rocky cliff and gets out of the helicopter.
He climbs up the boulder to have a view. He can see many of
the rocks have split and rolled down the mountain side. A snail above tells
Terry that there is a rabbit in the cave.
He climbs up higher and looks into the cave and there he
sees a rabbit lying face down. He calls out, “Hello, can I help you.” The other
rabbit rolls over and rubs her eyes. She sits up and tells Terry she has been separated
from her family and has been living in the cave since the earthquake.
Terry encourages the female rabbit to come down and to his
helicopter so he can fly her to safety.
Terry goes back to the helicopter to get the rope and the
female rabbit starts descending by holding the rope and climbing down backwards
with Terry’s encouragement.
Back on the ground again Terry can see the female rabbit
shaking. He assures her all will be well once she gets into the helicopter.. Terry flies her to K. C. Bunnyborough and takes her to Mrs
Grayson’s house to be looked after.
Terry Tan flew the helicopter to rescue Yoko and two
international gangsters who had kidnapped her in a Japanese shopping mall. The
stolen helicopter they were travelling in crashed into the side of a mountain
in New Zealand. Terry Tan also flew back to collect the pieces of the
helicopter that had crashed, (He actually put the helicopter together again)
and brought it back to the depot.
The next morning Mrs White brings in a hot milo and a piece
of toast to Terry Tan who now has moved into the top room of the White’s family
home. The White family have recently moved into this home after living in
another home for four weeks and before that they lived in a pink boot. Mrs
White tells Terry that they have just had the fire place put into this house so
it will be warm inside this winter once Mrs White gets the windows fixed and
curtains made for the windows.
Yoko arrives at the White’s house before Terry has come down
to the living area and tells Mr White she has ordered a gift for Terry Tan
because he bravely rescued her and she wants to honour him. The gift is due to
arrive later today and can come back in the afternoon and make a presentation
to him. Mr White welcomes Yoko to return later in the afternoon and present the
gift to him.
Terry comes into the living room and looks at the fireplace
and is impressed that it is such a nice one.
Mrs White tells him to use the new hot water kettle to make himself a drink whenever he wants one.
Pink Nose shyly tells Terry she has made him a gift which is in the bag.
Terry opens the bag and finds a knitted hat and scarf
inside. He puts them on and thanks Pink Nose for knitting it for him. He tells
her it is very special to him just like she is special to him. He is unsure
whether it would be appropriate to thank her with a kiss. He decides not too
because her sister and brother-in-law are in the room and Terry is too shy.
Grandfather and Grandmother Cotton tail are the first to
arrive for Yoko’s presentation of a gift to Terry.
Mrs Grayson has brought her best china for Mrs White to use
for the occasion.
Mr and Mrs Know and Mr and Mrs Grayson Blue arrive so Mr
White sits at the piano and starts playing some music. All the rabbits join in
Yoko arrives with her gift for Terry and she thanks Terry so
much for rescuing her from the helicopter crash by the mountain.
Terry opens the gift and inside is a remote controlled
helicopter just like the one he flies. Terry thanks Yoko and tells her he will
invite all the rabbits to the park to watch it fly. After more singing and a
delicious afternoon tea provided by Mrs White the afternoon presentation ends
and the rabbits go home. Yoko also catches the plane and flies back to Japan.
The following week Terry receives a photo from Yoko in
Japan telling him she is having a holiday on the coast and that she would love him to come to Japan to visit her. Editors note: Tried to take a better photo of Mrs White and Mrs Grayson with the china tea set.
A mouse has got
into my house and is on top of the curtain rail surveying the kitchen bench. He is planning to climb onto the bench to try and get some food.
His first plan is
to climb down on to the hoya plant which is hanging on the other wall.
He can now climb
on to the chair where there is a radio CD player. The radio is on so he turns
the volume switch up a bit louder so if he does knock something off the bench
hopefully it won’t be heard.
He scurries over
the shelf with the Bunnykins mugs on and notices they are dusty so this could
be a good place to store extra food.
He jumps over to
the shelf above the bench and looks down before makes his next move.
He decides to
jump on the electric jug which he finds out is hot! So he jumps off that
Finally he is on
the bench but he hears the kitchen to hallway door open so he hides behind the
blue ice cream container. A lady makes a hot drink but then goes outside to
attend to her dogs. The mouse smells the food scraps in the empty ice cream
container and has a good feed.
The smell of the
recently made hazelnut latte draws him over to it where he stands up right and starts
drinking. The kitchen outside door opens and in runs three dogs with the lady
behind them. The mouse has time to hide again before he makes his way to his
hiding place. The mouse has decided to hang around in this house.
Terry and Mr Know escorted the two international gangsters
to the proper authority that put them in a secure unit. The international gangsters will be escorted
with security guards to Japan for their trail for kidnapping an Emperors daughter, Yoko.
Terry’s boss is anxious for Terry to go back to the mountain
range to see if he can bring back any of the pieces of the new small helicopter
that crashed into the side of the mountain before it snows again.
Terry agrees to go back because more snow is predicted in the next twenty four hours. He flies to the mountain range and finds the site of the crashed small new helicopter.
He looks over the helicopter pieces and with his tools he
puts it together again! He notices the
sign writing on the helicopter has been painted over. He attaches a rope with hook
on the end to the small newly put together helicopter and secures it to his helicopter and flies back to the helicopter depot.
Meanwhile the Emperors daughter, Yoko has recovered from the helicopter
crash and kidnapping experience and is going leave K. C. Bunnyborough Medical Centre to stay a few days at Mr and Mrs
Yoko tells the nurses and Mrs Grayson that she was shopping in a mall and her bodyguard was knocked down unconscious and she was kidnapped
at gun point by the two international gangsters and was held underground until
she boarded the helicopter to fly to New Zealand where it was thought by the gangsters that she would never be found.
Princess Yoko is invited to K. C. Bunnyborough School to
give a talk about her life as a Princess in Japan.
The young rabbits listen eagerly to every word she says.
Meanwhile Terry notices his belongings are not at the
helicopter base. There is a note written by Mr White saying that he has
collected Terry’s belongings and taken them to his new room at the Whites
family house. Mr White has drawn a map for Terry to find the house. (The White
rabbit family had to move out of the previous home, which they were only living
in for a short time because it wasn’t earthquake proof.)
Terry arrives at the White’s house and Mr White shows him to
his room which is set up how he likes it.
Terry is so tired he just wants to go
bed and have a sleep.
He gets into his sleeping bag and quickly falls asleep.