Big Bus, Marble Arch, Hyde Park, Stonehenge, and Fish and Chips

We got up at 8 am because we had a full day planned. We walked down to the basement where dinning room was located. The free breakfast provided by our hotel was very nice. They had a machine that you could choose what kind of coffee you wanted. I had Mocha. They also had bread, croissant, boiled red skinned eggs, ham, salami, two types of cheese, cereal, yogurt, sliced tomato, apple, banana, apple juice, milk, and orange juice. It’s quite a … Continue reading >>

2016 – 2017 Science Olympiad Review

The Experience: Adventurer Jr. II joined Science Olympiad again this year. This was his second year of doing Science Olympiad. He and his partner got seventh place for Ecology at their first invitationals. And they got fifth place for Ecology at their second invitationals. They also participated in Bottled Rockets and Wright stuff. The Science Olympiad regionals had a conflict with MathCounts state competitions. Both he and his partner made to State MathCounts. They decided that they’d go to MathCounts instead of Science … Continue reading >>

2016 – 2017 Winter Competitive Swim Season Review

The Experience Adventurer Jr. had a great season again this year. He earned way more than enough points to get lettered. His 100 Fly and 100 Breast qualified him for DII District. He competed in 200 Medley Relay, 100 Fly and 100 Breast in District. He scored both in 200 Medley Relay and 100 Breast. PRs: Breast: 1:06.55; Fly: 1:01.92; 200 Medley Relay: fly leg 27.31 and 200 total: 1:45.58 The Cost: $991.02 Team suits and warm-ups: $191.08 Speedo Endurance Jammer: $43.5 (NO need … Continue reading >>