After some thought, we ask Slenderman to put out an SOS on Wiki to see if there is anybody out there to save us!!! Keeping the message short and informative is key- resources are low.
Jongy then remembers that she has Marks number stored in her phone and decides to give him in a ring to see if he can assist in any way.
She did not adopt my strategy of keeping it short and sweet but babbled on and on and on.....think it was a mixture of nerves and anxiety but whilst she is assaulting poor Marks ears the rest of us burst into hysterical laughing.
For me,it was the thought of Mark on the end of the phone having his peaceful Bank Holiday disturbed by some half- crazed member of his website just babbling....God knows what Mark was thinking until he calmed her down enough to work out who it was and what she wanted.
With Mark promising to contact our friends on Wiki, we head back to the farm to find out the postcode of where we were, to top up our dwindling water supplies and find out details of public transport incase we had to resort to Plan B.
We find out that buses to Chester (8 miles away)run hourly and the LAST one is in half an hour!!!
The pressure is on...do we stay put and wait hoping that the phones don't die on us and that somebody actually rings or do we get a shift on for the long trek up a country lane for the elusive last bus, that may or may not turn up????
Suddenly, Rocks phone rings- a beacon of light in the darkness- its Slenderman delivering a message of Hope. Simply
"Expect a call from The Doctor"
We jump about in glee. Jongys phone rings 'Is that the Doctor'? she cries excitadly. It wasn't but it was Joe keen to assist if he could, so after explaining that we thought The Doctor was coming to our aid we ended the call knowing that Joe was now the new Plan B!!!
The Doctor then rang and agreed to come and pick us up and tow the car home. Excitadly, we pushed the car to where he could more easily see it and sat down on the grass to wait.
We shared our water and four breakfast biscuits, sat on the grass singing the Thompson Twins- 'Doctor Doctor he is on his way to save us, save us....' and waited.
After profusley thanking the Doctor, when he arrived we secured the tow rope and we were off!!!
Five tired, achy, hungry, thirsty Wiki Explorers were saved and brought back to the Wirral.
A massive Thanks to the Doctor and everybody else who assisted in our rescue.