The San Juan Island

This week I went to the San Juan Island in Washington Sate. The tip of San Juan Island The San Juan Island has a rich history dating back to the Salish people who lived on the island for thousands of years before European settlers arrived. In 1859, a border dispute between the United States and…… Continue reading The San Juan Island

Busch Gardens

On Saturday I went to Busch Gardens. My favorite ride was Finnegan’s Flyer because of it’s calming stableness. For everything else you have to wait for forever to ride in the front but on Finnegan’s Flyer, everyone is in the front. Besides all the screaming, it is a very calming ride. I would deferentially recommend…… Continue reading Busch Gardens


This week, we made our way to Yorktown where the famous battle took place. In September of 1781, General George Washington and General Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau led the Continental and French armies to converge on Yorktown, Virginia. There they found General Charles Cornwallis and his British army occupying a fortified position. The allied armies began…… Continue reading Yorktown


This week we went to Jamestown. Jamestown was founded in 1607 by a group of about 100 settlers who were seeking wealth and land. Life was difficult in the early days as the settlers struggled with disease, famine, and conflicts with the local Powhatan tribe. In 1676, Jamestown was burned down during Bacon’s Rebellion, a…… Continue reading Jamestown


Colonial Williamsburg is awesome: it has shops, taverns, stocks, a market, and most importantly, history. My sister playing the hoop and stick game. While we were waiting for our passes, we played the hoop and stick game. The hoop and stick game is a super fun game from the 1800s that children would play in…… Continue reading Williamsburg

The Ark Encounter

The Ark How Big Was It Actually? Accordign to the bible, God commanded Noah to make an ark 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, and 30 cubits tall. Unfortunately, the exact length of the type of cubit Noah used. The best we can do is us the knowledge that he maybe used something like a…… Continue reading The Ark Encounter

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Knoxville, TN

Arrival The car ride to Knoxville, from Raligh was long and hard. Our hotel that we were staying at was called Embassy Suites by Hilton Knoxville Downtown. This was out game plan for the night: eat dinner, maybe room service, and watch a movie. The Good Stuff Tacos! When we were considering what to eat…… Continue reading Knoxville, TN

Cortez, Colorado

These past 2 days I have been in Cortez, Colorado. There I first went to The Canyon of the Ancients, on the hike first, where I learned all about Native American culture; their stories, their food, and their medicine. For example, I learned about how the people of The Canyon of the Ancients believed that…… Continue reading Cortez, Colorado