Single use plastic is becoming a major problem worldwide with over 300 million tons produced yearly. Learn what it’s going to take to reduce our plastic use.
Hello!!! This is Random Paul, and I will be your host today or tonight or this morning or whenever you’re reading this post. Me, Tony, Will, and Abbie will all be cooperating to write the best and longest post on Boys Adventure Club, Teribithia: A Village in the Woods Part 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ok, to start it […]
I’m sure you’ve seen those plastic 6 sided 3D puzzles that seem impossible to solve. Yep, Rubik’s Cubes are awesome! But, with a few algorithms you can solve them like a piece of cake. In the following videos and instructions you will learn how to solve the 2×2, Megaminx, 3×3, and the 2x2x3. Oh, by the […]
Here are some amazing survival stories.
Ahh, Sand Castles. The perfect activity to do at the beach. Most people are used to doing it with an ordinary beach bucket and a shovel, but there’s a more professional way. When we were in Florida last year, we found out about beach sand castle lessons. On the morning of our lesson Rick ( […]
Hasn’t every reader wondered how we built Teribithia since I posted Part One? Well, in this post we will go through how we built Teribithia, so you can too!
Ah, now for Part Three. Again, this is Random Paul, with another guest post for Tony. Part One was about our adventures in Teribithia, Tennessee. Part Two was about our adventures in Teribithia, Colorado. Now, I’m writing Part Three, about our most recent adventures is Teribithia, Canada (Québec). There was a big hill leading to a […]
A friend of mine asked me to do this post so, here it is: Being able to identify edible plants can be a very useful survival skill. If you are not sure about a plant it is usually best to just leave it alone. There are many more edible plants in North America but, I thought […]
In Part 1, you learned about our adventures in Tennessee. I, Random Paul, am writing a post that serves the purpose of telling about our adventures in Colorado. In the first few days of the week that we were there, it was rainy and gloomy and we didn’t go outside. When we had looked outside […]
Washington, D.C. (Also know as the District of Columbia), sits on the Potomac River between Virginia and Maryland. As you probably know that it is the United States capital. Here’s my top 10 favorite places in Washington, D.C.