Plush versions of the twosome also depict the Hawaiian youngster playing with her doll, known as Scrump
Best of all, there's a chance to scrump
some scrumptious varieties from the specialist orchard.
I came across this wonderful plant that I used to scrump
as a boy (with dire effects) on a visit to Yorkshire and a secret world known as the Rhubarb Triangle - a vast rhubarb growing area enclosed by Leeds, Wakefield and Bradford.
Mr Thorne, Northumberland County Councillor for the Shilbottle ward, grew up in the area and had visited as a child to deliver milk and scrump
It would be nice to think my grandchildren will be able to see and taste for themselves the apples their Taid used to scrump
when he was a little boy.
The result of that work is a game called Scrump
, in which players are tasked with "picking" virtual apples by raising their arms at the correct moment, while steering a tractor side to side and up and down by stepping in different directions - not the easiest task if your muscles won't necessarily do what you tell them to.
Owner of Embleton Hall, Trevor Thorne, visited Embleton Hall as a child to deliver milk and scrump
even the most maggoty windfall, done for theft.