Last year we went on an adventure with Barny Bear. We had a lot of fun (and had some lovely Barny Bear snacks), so we decided to have some more adventures this year, with the new flavours that Barny Bear have launched. Both chocolate and milk flavoured Barny Bear snacks have been a big hit with both H and visiting children. Now Barny offers strawberry and apple flavours too.
Our theme for the adventure was a Big Game Hunt. No animals were actually caught, but we had tremendous fun pretending. We went to Birmingham Botanical Gardens for the day and first tried our luck with the big fish in the pond of the tropical house. It’s a mesmerizing place to sit and watch the fish,
so we had to tear ourselves away to go in search of our next quarry.
Now to be able to find animals in the wild, it helps to understand a little about how they behave. How better to do that than by copying their behaviour. Now H thought we might stand a chance of finding a bull or maybe even a rhino on our big game hunt, so he decided it would be good to copy them. Here he is with his head down charging forward at quite a speed. Watch out Mummy!
Now hunters have to be pretty fit and have to be able to deal with all different types of terrain. We decided we’d put in some balancing and climbing practice, just in case we needed to walk along narrow ledges or climb a mountain on our big game hunt.
Now to be a successful hunter you need to be prepared to get up close and personal with your target. You’d better watch out Mr Lizard because H has you very much in his sights.
Now every hunter knows it’s important to take along plenty of provisions. A big game hunt is hungry work don’t you know? This little hunter has well and truly earned a snack and what could be better than a Barny Bear.