Buttercup’s walk

Snowberry Wreath

Buttercup put on her raincoat and went for a walk…

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Deer fence

…she climbed and climbed until she got to a nice resting spot…

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resting

…then she sat in that nice resting spot and had a little rest!

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Reindeer

Then she climbed on a reindeer, but Santa wasn’t there. He was probably resting too.

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Puddle

They went to the rocky foreshore, and Buttercup sat at a puddle…

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Crab claws

…she looked at her reflection and saw some crab claws!

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watching

She watched the waves for a long time with the youngest member of the human family…

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more waves

Then they watched more waves…

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Cormorants

…and they watched some cormorants sitting on a rock.

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snack

For a snack they had some gingerbread…

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Delicious

…and they ate it all up!

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Up!

They climbed up a mountain and it was so slippery that Buttercup almost slipped but luckily she caught herself, and didn’t fall in the muddy puddle…

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Up, UP

…and she climbed up a stick – it wasn’t high but it was slippery and she slowly slipped down and down.

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Red Wreath

On the way home she found a nice wreath…

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Z-z-z-z

and she was so exhausted she decided to have a nap!

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Thanks to the youngest human in the family for the story narrative and cinematographic advice!

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6 thoughts on “Buttercup’s walk

  1. Phew~! That excursion tired me out too! Thank you for taking us along on another NWestern journey in the land of water and edges. I enjoyed the simplicity and charm of it all so much.

    • The littlest human said she just loves to watch the waves…Buttercup was happy to help with that activity! It was quite a lot of adventuring to get to the loveliest bench for wave-watching, but it was definitely an enjoyable adventure!

  2. the adventures of Buttercup!! What a pair of busy little girls …the youngest Quimper Human is blessed to have a grandmother to nurture her spirit and imagination as well as her tummy.

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