The hours passed quickly and soon it was almost midnight. The violin player held up his hands. "Last song," he called. Theodore Bear and Frederick Bear played once more with all the musicians and the crowd clapped and cheered for them when it was over. Theodore and Frederick stood up and bowed with all the other players and then they shook paws all round to say good-bye. "A great, big Thank You to everybody for this wonderful evening. I will always remember your city where we had such a happy time," said Theodore and they all bowed again. Then slowly the crowd began to leave and they were still singing while walking down the mall. A tired but contented Theodore and Frederick walked home without saying much. They were both lost in thought.