Little Bear's Adventure's
A Beach in Bermuda
Horseshoe Bay Beach
Beth took me to the prettiest beach in all of Bermuda. She said the sand was pink and she put me on a slimy green rock.
That's because I don't like getting wet. But the moss was wet and the sand didn't look all that pink.
And the water was suddenly surrounding my rock.
So she put me on a higher rock. It was dry, but it was also very sandy.
But all I could see was the lagoon.
Where's the Ocean?
She climbed higher onto some rocks that had been blocking my view of the Atlantic. Then she put me down on a dry rock with no sand.
She let me see that turquoise water and it was amazing. Then I wanted to sit down and ponder all the beaches I've posed on. I think this was the best!
A Nautical Moment in Bermuda
Am I on a Ship?
Just a Chain
I was hoping for something a little more exciting on my trip to Bermuda.
There are a lot of ships and boats, after all. But this was as close as I got to a boating adventure. I climbed the gigantic chain, attached to a gigantic anchor.
It was okay, I guess.
St. Georges, Bermuda!
Hiding in the Grass!
In this photo, I'm sitting in some grass, in Bermuda. So you'd think this would be Bermuda grass, right?
But I've seen Bermuda grass in the States. It was never anything like this. These wonderfully cool, green blades were growing up in lumpy blobs all around me! Being so light, I wasn't able to sink down deep, but Beth said it felt all spongy under her feet. I like this grass!