DAY 90

Today we moved to a little town in North Carolina. Since we are leaving tomorrow we decided to check out a World War II boat while in the area. It was an awesome experience except for the fact that I was drenched with sweat. It was about 88 degrees the whole day. There was like a huge lake of water in the parking lot and an hour late when we were done it was all dried up. It was really cool seeing all the water go away in such little time.

Yesterday was a pretty fun day. We had a great time at the beach but the museum was a little boring in my opinion. Yesterday morning was pretty normal. Nothing big happened around that time, All the action came later on the day so I’m going to skip to where the action begins. At around 1:30pm we left the house to the museum. It was a boat museum with all types of pirates and boats. A friend of my dad told him to go their so we did. When we arrived they handed my sisters and I a little sheet showing a bunch of pictures and we had to cross out the ones we saw. That’s when I knew I wasn’t going to like it. After looking around it just got more boring. We crossed everything out and got some cheap little stickers and some shells. I wasn’t really all in on the whole idea. Maybe I’m just a little to old for that type of thing, because my sister seemed to love it. After that we were headed towards the beach.

I wasn’t all too excited so at first I just played some foot golf with my soccer ball and a hole in the sand. After that I went in the water and I played for about an hour. Just swimming with waves into shore and diving into waves. Going through waves. It was all fun and games. My sisters came in too but didn’t want to go as deep in as I did. After about an hour we drove home and ate some dinner.

It was pretty late by the time we got home and time just flew so soon enough it was time for bed. Stay tuned tomorrow to hear all about the cool ship we went on today.

2 thoughts on “DAY 90

  1. The ocean scares me too much to go in deep anymore. I’ve heard way too many horror stories of even really good swimmers getting caught in a current they can’t break free from. Have fun of course! But don’t ever go in by yourself, and please don’t go in too deep.


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