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Perils of the Bold #197
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On Sunday while taking the photos for episode #196 I also took about 100 extra photos of Vayla and the lumberjack trekking through the forest. At the time that's the only thing I knew about the script for this episode. Today, I wrote the script for this episode and then searched through those extra photos for appropriate images. Luckily, I found enough to make this episode work.

Yes, today's episode is another excursion into the world of tree puns! Enjoy! Try to find them all before you read further.

Panel #2 - First one here is easy. Board replaces bored. However, the second one is a bit harder. Woodhick is a colloquial term for lumberjacks in Pennsylvania.

Panel #3 - Barking up the wrong tree. Another easy one.

Panel #4 - Go out on a limb. Still easy.

Panel #6 - Stumped. Groaning yet? Short end of the stick. Poplarity. Poplar is a type of tree.

Panel #9 - Sycamore is a tree. Pulpit. Pulp is a wood product.

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