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Mr Monkey in the Red Lodge

"That rather explains the name, doesn't it?"

Mr Monkey looking over the garden of the Red Lodge Mr Monkey at the Red Lodge from the garden

Mr Monkey scampered out into the garden. When the Red Lodge was built, there were two acres of gardens and orchards sloping down to the Sir John Younge's Great House, the curved arches over the ground floor windows were arches over a verandah, and the house was painted red. Mr Monkey had some difficulty imagining all that.

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