Tuesday 11 February 2014

Windy winter little adventures with Barny

Has the blog been hacked? No – it's a Junior JibberJabber takeover! Over to you Miss JibberJabber...

Today I went to Clumber Park. Barny the sponge bear had adventures as well. We went to the Discovery Centre. I learnt lots while having fun.

Upstairs were the outfits you would have worn at Clumber in the 1920s. Barny had lots and lots of fun being a worker in the old costumes.

After that we had a splash in the puddles and sang songs but Barny didn't join in. I wonder why? It was too windy!

My brother was a bit confused at being allowed to jump in muddy puddles because Mummy is always telling him not too but we were wearing our boots. 

After a while – we were all adventuring – Barny saw a chair. It was a bit too high up to sit on as well. It was in a tree of course!

We hoped the wind wouldn't blow the chair and the branches down. It was time to fin somewhere else to go on an adventure. Where should we go next?

Barny wanted to see some pretty flowers. Off we went then across the grass. There was lots of molehills but no flowers.

In the trees we could hear the birds. Sometimes we have seen squirrels too. Then we found some snowdrops. Barny had a good look at them.

Then we went under the trees. It was dark but none the less we all went in. There were lots of leaves for us to kick about. 

Everyone was now tired so we went to the café and had a drink and of course a Barny cake. We both chose the strawberry flavour. 

“I give the Barny cake 10/10” – Miss JibberJabber (age 8)

“I love Barny cakes” - Master JibberJabber (age 3)

This post is an entry for BritMums ‘Winter Little Adventures Challenge’ sponsored by Barny, individually wrapped bear-shaped sponges with a hidden filling. Find out more about Barny here.

1 comment:

  1. You brought back so many fond memories of my days at Clumber Park as a child. Thank you for that. A great adventure. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part.


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