Part One: Wally Arrives Imagine my surprise when I walked in the door from school Friday and found a box from WriterOfWords- containing Wally! I rushed upstairs and unpacked him and his stuff. He quickly took a liking to my model horses... Then I made his bed... And personalized it for him. After packing Wally's stuff into his tupperware bed and my stuff into a bag, the whole family went out to Snow Island, in Casco Bay, to have dinner with my grandmother and spend the night... Part Two: Wally's Snow Island Adventure In the guest building, I set up Wally's bed again. I think he liked it. He got dressed all by himself in the morning! Hmmm... not quite, Wally. It's cold out! So I made him a vest (expert sewers, don't say a word. I know it's terrible). That's better. We set out adventuring. Soon we came to the dock. Don't fall, Wally! He met some new friends down by the water. Escargot. As we followed the trail, we passed several moss-covered boulders. Wally liked this one! After a while we came to the Snow Island miniature lighthouse. The bulb really does burn to warn of the rocks below! Clever Wally descovered a way into the hut. He met yet another new friend. She says her name is Elsa. Then Wally sat on the bench and enjoyed the beautiful view. (Elsa was screwed in place.) Where's Wally? Back at home, Wally receives the respect he deserves from his High Priest, my uncle. Soon we go off again. Quite a collection, Wally. Time to leave, Wally! Hmmm... better leave the driving to the cap'n. Bye bye, Snow Island! SeaChick (my mom) posing with Wally on the way back. Me posing with Wally on the way back. Next: Follow Wally's Tomato adventure!