Another interruption to Bertie and Croc’s Norway adventures….
Bertie and Croc have been in the UK for well over a year now. Croc is slowly adjusting to not living in the tropics and has started to feel slightly warm the past few days. His favourite place to sun bathe is the nice conservatory which gets lovely and toasty in the afternoon sun.
Croc toddled out to the conservatory recently and found that it was VERY cold and VERY dark. He looked up. Someone had covered the top of the conservatory roof with a blanket of white. “How rude!” He thought and turned around to go and find Bertie to work out what they could do about it.
When Croc did find Bertie he was turning the camera bag upside down! Things were flying out of the bag at an alarming rate. Croc ducked just as a spare lens cap came shooting out. “Whatever is the matter?” Said Croc to his wide eyed friend.
“My hat!” Said Bertie, “I’ve lost my hat! I can’t go out in the snow without my hat!”
“Snow?” Thought Croc, as he watched Bertie disappear back into the bag.
Bertie appeared as quickly as he had disappeared. He had a smile his face as he realised his tropical friend had no idea what he was talking about. Without saying anything else, Bertie grabbed Croc’s paw and dragged him outside…He had forgotten all about his hat!
As Croc’s fluffy feet touched the cold, white snow his eyes grew wide in shock. He tried to move away from the cold stuff but where ever he put his paws it was there. It even stuck to them. Bertie was too busy laughing at his friend hopping around on the snow to be able to explain what the snow was.
Croc wasn’t sure at all that he liked this new stuff and was quite relieved when Bertie explained that, in a few days, it would melt and it would all be gone. Knowing this Croc managed to pose for a few photographs before hopping his way back inside to sit on his second favourite place….the radiator!