Ryan’s Beach Hike (A Morning with Daddy)

Daddy had a morning off. He said, “Let’s go for a Hike”!

And so we did.

We’re going hiking at the Beach, Daddy?

Yes. Put on your Sunglasses and your Visor.

Oh– look! A Great Blue Heron.

This is Fun, Daddy. Let’s see what we can find.

What’s this, Daddy?

It is a Coconut Ryan. It will grow into a Coconut Palm Tree.

Look, Ryan! Raccoon tracks.

Let’s see where they go, Daddy?

They went into the Woods, Daddy.

A sign. Let’s see where it takes us, Ryan.

Oh! This is such a beautiful Bay. Let’s stay and visit for awhile.

So quiet…

Daddy. It is Beautiful here.

Put your Visor back on, Ryan. We will walk along the beach.

Daddy. What’s this?

Those are Sea Oats, Ryan. Birds and mice eat them.

What did you find there, Ryan?

Those are Barnacles. Tiny animals live inside those shells.

Look up in the tree, Ryan.

G’bye Great Blue Heron. Bye Beach.

What a nice Hike, Daddy!

9 Responses to “Ryan’s Beach Hike (A Morning with Daddy)”

  1. Marlowe February 10, 2010 at 10:19 pm #

    That looked like a very nice walk. I like your pictures of the birds!

  2. Buttons the Bear February 11, 2010 at 3:12 am #

    Wow Ryan,
    Looks like you had a fun time with your dad. Here I’ve been wondering how much of that big snowstorm was at your house. There you are walking a beach! Lucky you!

  3. Hammie en Gea February 11, 2010 at 3:21 pm #

    Great pictures Ryan! I’d love to go to the beach! I like your sun cap too! We got a lot of snow again yesterday. G. says that she realy wants Spring to come but I like the snow!

  4. Hammie en Gea February 13, 2010 at 4:44 pm #

    Hello, it;s me again, I gave you an award at my blog, but don’t feel obliged to take it, take it only if you want to!

  5. Found art blog February 14, 2010 at 12:15 pm #

    Oh what a brilliant day out!! And you got an award as well! Lucky Bear!

  6. Hammie en Gea February 16, 2010 at 5:23 pm #

    Hello Ryan!

    We are so happy that you like your award. It’s very simple, you take the picture from Hammie’s blog and post it at your blog, and with that you write 7 things that people don’t know about you yet… That’s all! Easy isn’t it! We like to share our little adventures with all our blogging friends like you! It’s the simple things that give a lot of joy and we like to share that. And it’s also nice for us to see how people and little bears and pigs and other animals live and to see what they are doing and what the special food and landscape etcetera are like in other countries! We like your blog a lot. Did you see that I (Gea) have a blog with my photo’s too? It’s in the sidebar from Hammie’s blog under: Hammie kijkt graag naar de foto’s van: (Hammie loves to look at the photos from:) Then you see Gea and when you click there you’ll see my pictures (the other websites are from my husband and a website about Stadskanaal, our village… You can take a look with your Daddy then you’ll see what our village looks like…


    Gea and Hammie

  7. Theodore M. Bear February 22, 2010 at 3:58 am #

    Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your adventure, Ryan!

  8. Found art blog March 15, 2010 at 11:19 am #

    I’m sure if you ask them nicely, your artist friends will show you how to make art. It’s loads of fun! I like best to collect paper things and then glue them together with a glue stick.

  9. The Teddy Bear Family March 23, 2010 at 11:01 pm #

    Hi! Nice to meet another blogging stuffed animal! We all say, “Hi!” But Spaulding wants to write you too. Here ya go –

    Hi, we have two things in common. You have the same hiking boots as me! Nice boots!

    Also, when I was adopted, my right foot didn’t work so good. I had beans in my paws, and my right foot got wet, even before I was adopted. Didn’t bother me or my new family, of course. BUT, Mommy was always worried about causing the same problems when she washed me. I kept telling her to simply not wash me, but, nooooooooo, she has to anyway. (Good thing she’s nice in all other ways, or we’d run away from home. Just saying.) She sent me and my little brother to a Teddy Bear hospital and LEFT us over night for a good wash and to have my beans removed (and replaced with stuffing.) It was horrrible! Horrible! (And, we still can get extra hotdogs and coffee when remind Mommy – excuse me while I talk with my mouth full of hotdogs. kehehehehe) Whatever happens, don’t let them fix your foot! Now Mommy can wash me without worrying. That’s horrible, too!


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