As Bertie and Croc made their way through the carriages of the train they kept their eyes peeled for any sign of their home, the camera bag. One carriage on a train is a few strides for us but for our little furry friends it seemed like a hike. Croc was just glad that there … Continue reading A little piece of home
Bertie and Croc landed with a bump on the harbour and immediately began looking around for the other boat which had their home, the camera bag, on it! It had started to rain quite heavily now and the two friends took shelter as they waited patiently for a glimpse of their home. After some time … Continue reading The Bear Necessities
Back to our Norway adventure.... Will Bertie and Croc ever make it back to the camera bag they call home? Bertie and Croc watched as the boat they WANTED to be on, the boat which had their mobile home, the camera bag on, followed them smoothly just out of reach. There MUST be a way … Continue reading A little hope
Bertie and Croc were feeling a little hot in the comfort of the black camera bag. Every now and again, Bertie would waft the corner of the bag open in an attempt to create a slight breeze.....it didn't work very well and usually resulted in more warm air coming into the bag. Bertie lifted the … Continue reading Fountains of wishes
Bertie and Croc were looking forward to a restful day. They had spent an entire day touring the Vatican in Rome and being wowed round every turn at the amazing art work. Bertie had been so excited to see the Sistine Chapel that he had completely worn himself out! Croc was silently pleased when his best … Continue reading Gladiators and crocodiles
An exhausted Bertie and Croc were looking forward to the excitement of the day to end. They had travelled through the Vatican, seen so many sights and experienced the excitement of visiting the Sistine Chapel. Croc had started to look forward to putting his short little feet up in the hotel room. He hoped that … Continue reading Spirals to heaven
Bertie and Croc continue on their journey exploring the Grand Palace in Rome. Where do they end up today?