Burrow Besieged Part 2

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Burrow Besieged Part 2

INTRO

RON

Hermione, did you see this? "One Hundred Historical Sites from the Second Wizarding War" hit number seventeen on the Daily Prophet's Bestsellers List!


HERMIONE

Oh dear, this isn't blowing over at all. How are your parents coping with all of the tourists showing up at The Burrow?


RON

You know how Mum is. Even though they're pests, she's going mad trying to make The Burrow more presentable for her "guests."


All the Traces cluttering up the place aren't helping, though. The sooner this Calamity surge is over, the better.



BRILLIANT FLYING WEASLEY CAR

RON

Say what you will about the Calamity, Dad is actually chuffed to see that old flying car again, even if it's only a Foundable.


BRILLIANT YOUNG GINNY WEASLEY

RON

How's Ginny holding up being a Foundable and all?


HARRY

She says she'd be a lot happier about it if she could send her Foundable in her place to The Burrow. Your mum has recruited her for crowd control.



ARTHUR WEALSEY'S SHED

RON

Mum had to cast protective charms on Dad's shed to keep the visitors out... can you imagine a load of tourists discovering his collection of Muggle rubbish?


BURROW SIGN

RON

According to Dad, that old sign has become quite the photo op for wizarding history buffs. I suggested charging a fee, but he wouldn't hear of it.


DE-GNOMING GLOVES

RON

With all the strange witches and wizards around, it seems that The Burrow's gnomes have vacated the garden. Mum says that it's nice to take de-gnoming off her chores list.


ERROL

RON

I've never missed Errol more. What I would give to have letters from The Burrow go astray right about now...


END

HARRY

How are your parents doing, Ron? Still battling tourists at The Burrow?


RON

They're great, actually. The tourists are starting to dwindle, and the Calamity seems to be moving on, as well.",


A couple of the tourists even erected a plaque "in honour of the Weasley family's contributions and sacrifices" during the war.


It's not official or anything, but it's kind of sweet. I think Mum and Dad are pleased, even if they won't admit it!