There have been quite a few days recently where the weather was – oh, let’s just say it! Dreary.
Dreary, dreary, dreary.
Cold and rainy.
It was good stayin’ inside weather but after a while that can be quite boring – especially for a bear with an adventurous spirit – or an adventurous spurt. It does come in spurts sometimes.
I wanted to have an adventure and so the first relatively sunny afternoon we had, I took advantage. This is How to Make Your Own Adventure by me: Sebastian, Fearless Adventurer.
Step 1. First of all, you need to get where you are goin’ and if you can’t get there on your own you have to get someone to take you. That in itself can be an adventure. Since I was countin’ on the sun and there wasn’t much left, I made the command decision to go local.
Step 2. Try to see something you have never seen before. An adventure is daring and exciting. It can also be hazardous or risky so just use your noggin and be safe.
Step 3. Take photos. If you do something unusual bears will take your word for it but people, especially people , may not believe you. Also, try to get yourself in the photo so they will know you aren’t making stuff up.
Step 4. Try not to cover too much territory in one adventure. A little bit goes a long way. And short legs do not.
Step 5. When you have had enough excitement, risked your life and limb or made yourself look really foolish, then you are probably ready to call it a day – or night, whatever the case may be.
Do you want to know where the above photos from my exciting adventure were taken? You’ll be really surprised I think. Here you go:
Have you ever seen a place that has been knit-bombed before? It was my first time!
All the street lamps in this little town next door were covered in knitting!
Then I thought I’d take a ride on a house – or would that be in a house?
I had Dreams of Flying.
It’s me on a giant elephant Pull Toy!
This was a little bit too much adventure for me. A gentle horse grazing nearby but . . .
what happened to his middle?!
And that is how you make your own adventure. Give it a whirl. It’s loads of fun. Just be very, very careful. I’m still tryin’ to figure out where the grass that horse is eating is going . . .