The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Vacation

The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Vacation

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0394830148

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The family getaway is a disaster: the cabin's roof leaks, the lake is muddy, and the mosquitoes are ravenous. But when the bears return home and develop their snapshots, they laugh and laugh, fully enjoying the worst vacation they've ever had!

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water …” But instead of Papa sweeping the water, the water swept Papa—out the door, down the muddy slope, and into the muddy, mucky lake. When Mama and the cubs reached him, he looked more like a mud ball than Papa Bear. “Say,” he said, looking up at them. “I have a terrific idea—let’s go home.” So the Bear family loaded the trunk, put the car top up, bundled into the car, and bumped and splashed down the mountain in the driving rain. The rain had stopped and the sun had come out by the time

they reached the valley, and their tree house had never looked so good to them as it did that day. The next day, Mama took the film to the camera store to be developed. When the pictures came back a few days later, the Bear family wrote titles on them. They began to chuckle as they passed the pictures around. The chuckles grew to roaring laughter, and soon they were laughing so hard they cried. And every so often, through the years, they take out those pictures and have an absolutely wonderful

the newspaper, there was no holding him. It said, “Try a Wilderness Vacation! A lovely mountain cabin complete with a rowboat by beautiful Crystal Lake!” “Ah,” said Papa, painting beautiful word pictures, “to wake with the rising sun and catch our breakfast from a clear mountain lake! “To bathe in its sparkling water! “To snack on delicious wild berries as we tramp the mountain trails! “To gaze at the beauty of a mountain sunset! “Then, to sleep through the peace and quiet of a mountain

the cubs. “Very soon. I can tell by the smell of that mountain air,” said Papa, taking a deep breath. “That’s not mountain air,” complained Brother, making a face. “That’s skunk!” “Hmmm,” said Papa, wrinkling his nose. A good time to start taking those pictures, thought Mama. “Pew!” said Papa. “Click!” said the camera. “There’s the cabin!” shouted Sister as they rounded a bend. And there it was indeed—a mountain cabin beside a lake, complete with rowboat. Of course, it wasn’t quite as

“That’s the last thing we need,” scoffed Papa. “What you need on a live-off-the-land vacation is plenty of can-do spirit and lots of forest smarts, and I’ve got enough of those for all of us.” He took a cooking pot and a folding chair from the car trunk. “Here,” he said, making a seat for Mama. “This is a vacation. You relax while I gather the fixings for my fabulous wilderness stew. “And you two tidy up the cabin,” he called to the cubs as he headed into the forest with the cooking pot. But

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