Peter Schössow

To begin with, the man just wants to go for a stroll on the beach, but then the wind gets up – although it's really more like a storm. It blows the man off his feet and then carries him for miles. Like Flying Robert he becomes airborne, sailing far over land and sea, past the lighthouse, almost as high as the aeroplanes on their way to faraway places, until finally he lands exactly where he started.

Phew, we think, he's come back down to earth, next time he'd best stay at home in weather like that. No way – he climbs on a box, spreads his arms and cries out: "Again, again!"

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