Loch Goil Peanut Factory

During their expeditions on the loch, the Explorer’s came across a floating grey box. According to their sailing instructor, this box is a peanut factory. The factory stores peanuts in the water for a month to ensure they are properly salted. Once they are ready, they are picked up by the Peanut Express, but sometimes, the peanuts fail to stay within their container and end up washing up on shore.

Strangely, our Explorer’s found this hard to believe, but Matt O’B was absolutely convinced by this, bless!! It turns out the peanut factory is, in fact, a Scottish Naval Outpost.

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3 Responses to Loch Goil Peanut Factory

  1. matt is soooooooo gulluble

  2. but penuts are salted under the see
    other wise they wont b salty …………………………………………………….

  3. penuts are salted unda da see
    thats tru

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