A traffic cone in the mud is worth three in the water.
In Australia traffic cones are known as witches’ hats. I assume that witch didn’t float.
...... and I thought Coney Island was in New York.
Every year, at the full moon following April Fools Day, the adult female returns from the ocean to the muddy banks of her native river to lay her eggs. Six weeks later, millions of baby cones hatch out and start their perilous journey to the nearest motorway.
I did think of something but it was too coney.
Brilliant captions - thanks everyone - I didn’t get past “contraflow in progress” or “mooring restctitions”
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Running along the western Solent between Lymington and Keyhaven