I have not posted a blog in ten days, but I have a good excuse. I have been in Lake Tahoe, Nevada for eight days and we didn’t bring our computer with us, so I couldn’t blog. Now I am here today to talk about my vacation.
7/21/17- Today was was very boring we were driving for about five hours and we sat in the car all day and watched movies. When we got to the place me, my brother, and my sister played a game of hide and seek. We also found our rooms and put our belongings in there too.
7/22/17-Today we went to the lake, and played in it. We inflated our floaties. Then we relaxed on the beach them. It was hard to get there because we had to walk half a mile with all of our stuff because it was all parked up.
7/23/17-Today we went on a eight mile bike ride. We biked along a trail to this historical house, it was there for 144 years! Then we went to a creek and saw a lot of trout. Next we biked back home.
7/24/17-On this day we went on a three-mile hike. It was super cool! We saw some amazing views of the lake and the mountains. Later that day we went to the pool. My Dad like to pick me up and then throw me in. It feels amazing
7/25/17-Today we went to the beach I was in the water for an extremely long time. I mostly played tag with my brothers and sister. Then we went down to the pool again. This time in the pool I mostly sat in the hot tub.
7/26/17- On this day we went on a twelve mile bike ride. Then we went to this delicious pizza place called blue dog pizza. They had the best pizza ever! Then we went to the pool AGAIN!
7/27/17- This was our final day in Tahoe. So we went back to the lake and had a ton of fun. My Mom, my Sister, and my Brother all went kacking. Then we went to the pool one last time.
7/28/17- I drove home with my dad. We didn’t do much we just talked and listened to music.
That wraps up my blog for today. If you’re new to my blogs I post a blog every weekday and make sure to like, follow, and have an awesome day! Bye!
The Bouldilares are a happy couple with their children Violet, Klaus and Sunny. The children of the wealthy and smart parents go to the beach on a cold foggy day, not to play or swim like normal people do, but to test their inventions. They all must work together, 14-year-old Violet is the inventor, Klaus enjoys reading books. and Sunny likes to bite everything, even rocks. When they come back from the beach they find out that their house has been burnt down and that their parents are dead. They must be taken care of by Count Olaf, but their is something about Olaf, he is evil and is trying to steal the Boudelare fortune. Will the three children succeed or will they die? Read the book to find out.
I really liked this book because there were so many good twists and turns and loops. This is one of Lemony Snicket’s best books. That wraps up things for today, make sure to like, follow, and have an awesome day! Addio!
I recently found a website called edutopia.com that has lots of reading prompts for summer. These are some of the ones I’ve tried.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hires you as a consultant to determine how best to use $20 billion to save the world. What’s your plan?
If The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hired me as a consultant and gave me 20 billion dollars to improve the world in a fashion of my own choice, I would split it in half. One half would be devoted to improving the environment, and the other to improve the education in our public schools. In many places across America, there are suffering school systems. The current presidential administration is really not helping at all, so the responsibility falls on the public’s shoulders. Some of us can help, but don’t (most of the time those people’s children are in private schools, anyway, so they think that by doing that, the problem does not apply to them. but it does.), can help and do so, and then there is the most widespread category, just not being able to contribute. So, my plan is to use 10 billion dollars to improve the poorest school systems in the country, because everyone is a genius and deserves a fighting chance. There are more reasons why this would be a good idea, one of which it lowers the rate of poverty in America.
The other 10 billion dollars would be devoted to the environment, because nothing can live without that. It would be put towards new foundations, protection for wildlife, and new jobs for rangers and scouts. We could also put some aside for the enjoyment of humanity, like camping grounds, hiking trails, etc.
You can save one object before your house burns down. What is it? What makes that object important to you?
If my house was burning down and I could save one thing, it would be my house. I would save my house because that would be like one neat package of all things that I find valuable. Another reason why I would save my house is because of all the memories I’ve made there, which are far more important than any material thing. Also, I hope that my house won’t catch on fire!