The Great Treasure Adventure

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  • The Great Treasure Adventure
  • Henry Hedgedog
  • Sherry
  • Billy Jo Bunny
  • Benson
  • Bobby Beaver
  • At the Lagoon...
  • A bottle with paper in it.
  • What's that?
  • Looks like a map.
  • Talking about the Map...
  • This will be a cinch to find. Let's go.
  • Hey!
  • Maybe we should ask Rosey.
  • What for? It won't take long with me in charge.
  • A treasure map!
  • START
  • At the large hallow log...
  • I don't think we should go much further. (worried)
  • Bobby Beaver was driving down into the water, when he saw something sparkling at the bottom of the pond. He carried it up on the surface.
  • At the big stone...
  • Nothing else looks the same.
  • Henry Hedgedog had just arrived when he heard Billy Jo and grabbed the paper from Bobby's hands and examined it.
  • At the scary forest...
  • You got us lost. (shouting)
  • Henry was older and seemed to know his way around. Everyone followed him to a large hollow log. Henry assumed, but he really wasn't sure at all. His young friends followed him into a part of the forest they had never been before.
  • It's not far...
  • Looks like the right spot.
  • They walked and walked until they came to a big stone. Billy Jo looked at the map in Henry's hands.
  • This must be it.
  • We're supposed to turn right at the rock, but there's no path.
  • You sure this is the right stone, Henry?
  • Of course I'm sure.
  • Sherry looked at all the unfamilar trees. (...to be continued...)
  • This must be it.
  • The pond, where the treasure is, must be just up ahead.
  • We're lost! (crying)
  • Henry knows where we're going, right Henry?
  • It's probobly just overgrown.
  • You don't know, do you?
  • I'm pretty sure we're close.
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