Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Uh huh. Hello, Mr Tumble. Oh, hello. What are you doing? Uh, I'm building a train track. What should I say? All aboard and off we go. You? Enough after everyone! Hello? Branstad Tumble! Who said that would be dry below? What are you doing? I've been tidying up of an eye. I mean, somebody left all of this train track near my shed. Really? I mean, honestly, what's that? One a minute? Look, there's more here. I don't know. I've got better things to do with my day than clearing up all of this train track. Really? Look, Granddad tumble! I don't know what they're going to clear up. Look more Torok! Big Granddad tumble! That's Mr Tough. Look, I must get on. I mean, aren't Polly? She won't like all this mess. You know, I say, What do you do, Mr Roy? Sure. What are you doing? I'm building my train track. I've got some over here and I've got some over here. Ju Ju judge. Right. I'm trying to put this today more train track. Hello, Grandad Tumble! Who said that? Hello? That's Mr Tumbles Train track. I'm sorry. I can't stop. I have to tidy up this train track before Lord Tumble wakes up. My train track is finished Now I can go in the hole. Judy! Granddad, tumble! Where's my train track? I've been tidying it up, but don't worry that we can be trained together. Hello? Hello? Hello, Mr Dumbo. Oh, hello. Have you found anyone to speak to you with your string cut phone, huh? Well, the thing is, you know, what is the other end of the phone? Well, I mean, it goes with the, uh I don't know. Uh huh. Uh huh. Mm hmm. Uh huh. Mm hmm. I feel rather thirsty. Hello, Lord. Tumble Hollow. I was just saying I feel thirsty here. I need a cup for some water. Oh, I say just a ticket. There we are. Hello. Yeah, I can fill this up from the kitchen. Won't be, um Oh, yeah, yeah, I say, How strange. Never mind. I'll fill the cup with water from here now. Ah, yes. Water jug there. Well, yeah. Now, uh, tumble. Yes, I know. A refreshing cup of water really hits the spot. Uh, what a little bit. More life? Yeah. Uh huh. Uh huh. My phone's wet. Cool. Yeah. Uh, What? Uh huh. Mm. What's going on? Hello. Who hollow works? Hello? I say hello. Is that Mr Tumble? Yes. Is this Lord tumble? Well, yes, it is. Dear boy, did you make this string phone yourself? Wow. Yes, I did. Well done. You. Oh, thank you. Well, I must go, old boy. I need a cup for some water. Um, okay. Good bye. Bye. Bye bye. Tomorrow. Hello. Are you waiting for the rain to stop so you can go camping? No, I am camping. I'm going to set the tent up right here. You're camping inside. What's a great idea, Mr Tumble? Uh, yes, I know. Uh, right now what? I mean, here we go. There we are. Put those together. Oh, dear Mr Tumble. That doesn't look like tent. Oh, you're right. I've got a good idea. Okay, we are a chair. Why do you need a chair? Mr Tumble? Are you tired? Do you need to sit down? I'm not tired. I need a chair to make my tent. Yeah, right. In fact, I need two chairs. Mm hmm. Careful, Mr Tubman. Where I will. But that doesn't look like tent. No, it needs a roof. so. Oh, I've got a good idea. Whoa! Uh, just the thing. Whoa! That's Granddad. Tumbles! Coat. Don't worry. I'll put it back when I'm finished. Mm. Dinner. My tent. Very good. Mr Tumble. Is your tent comfy? I don't know. Let's try it. Shall we? Uh huh. Oh, very comfy. Raining cats and dogs outside. I'll need my coat. Where's my couch? Oh, boy. I don't know, Boy. Where are you going to do? I remember putting my coat there. What's going on? Hello, the boy. Hello, Granddad. Tumble. Do you like my tent? Yes, I do as it goes. A room for a little one, right? You're not really like, That's it. Just just be up here. That's loving. Oh, hang on a minute. I think this is a single birth. Very cozy. Yeah. Before I go to sleep, I need my sleeping bag. Can you get it? Please? The boy. Okay. Wait. That's it. You go. It's got young legs. I just close my eyes while I wait. Mhm. Yeah. Mm hmm. Mhm. Yeah. Here we are. Granted. I've got your sleeping bag. Now you can go to sleep. What's that noise, Mr Tumble? I don't know. it sounds like a grizzly bear. Don't be scared, Mr Tumble. Look, it's just Grandma Tumble. He's already asleep. Granddad, Tumble! I'm not scared now. Oh, now I can go to sleep. I love camping. Playing hide and seek. Oh, with my toys. Mr. Tumble, please. Can we play hide and seek with you, too? Of course. Let's close our eyes encountered. 10, Mr Tumble. Okay, Ready? Tumble! Ted, here we go. 135 Tuesday, 9 10. Coming. Ready or not? Come on! Tumble! Ted! Whoa! Come out! Come out, wherever you are. Have you found anyone yet, Mr Tumble? Not yet, Mr Tumble. What, Mr Tumble? Yes. What's that on the floor, Mr Tumble? What? The graph. Oh, look. Mm. It's a trail of rose petals. Why don't you follow the rose petals, Mr Tumble? Oh, good idea. Come on, Ted. That's it. I think someone's been here recently along there. Oh, look! We found her. Polly! Dolly! She was hiding behind the flowers. Here she is. Oh, well done, Polly. Dolly! Great tiding. Yes. Now I wonder who we can find next. Come on. Mhm. Mm, Yeah. Were there no toys in the shed, Mr Tumble? No, There were no toys hiding in Grandad Tumbles shed. Mhm! Okay, Yeah. Mm. Puppy! Come back, Mr Tumble Way.