A Woodland Adventure with Extra Special Treasure

Once upon a time there were two young boys called Charles and Harry.
One day Charles and Harry decided they wanted to go on an adventure, they wanted to go and search for treasure.
The two young boys headed off to a nearby woodland with their mummy and their nanny, armed with carrier bags to place all their treasure in.

The boys walked for miles and miles on the hunt for special treasure.
They collected pinecones, acorns, different colours of Autumn Leaves, sticks and stones, but they were missing the very best piece of treasure.
Soon the boys legs got tired.
Harry had a lay down in the soil and leaves, and both boys jumped on their nanny's back wanting to be carried.
Charles wrote his name in the soil, just incase they got lost and someone would be able to find them.
Taking it in turns to have a piggy-back and feeling defeated they decided to give up on their hunt for the special treasure, and headed for the car.

On the way they gasped, as shining on a branch, sat upon a tree, they saw a bear.
They grabbed the bear as quickly as they could, hoping no one else would beat them to their special treasure. For this was not just any bear they had found sitting in a tree. They had found the legendary Barny Bear.
A soft bear shaped snack filled with either a milk or chocolate centre.
Barny Bear proved a welcome treat for two very tired boys, and gave them a litle more energy to make it back to the car walking by themselves.

This post is an entry for Britmums 'Little Adventures Challenge' in partnership with Barny, the bear-shaped snack providing a little discovery in every bite. Find out more about Barny here.
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