Today is my last day in America. It is a good day to write about the last things I did here.
1. I went to the weather station in Punxsutawney, PA. That’s where the groundhog who sees his shadow, Punxsutawney Phil, lives. The station was about weather. At the beginning, there was a tornado slide that went round and round. At the bottom was a house that you run inside. Me and my brother Avik got to be weather forecasters on tv.
2. I went geocaching at Parker Dam. Geocaching is finding treasure with a GPS instead of a map. If you pick something that another geocacher hid, you have to replace it with something else. This goes on and on. It even has a website for it. The website is called http://www.geocaching.com
3. The Family Bash at church was the last event of Vacation Bible School. I did a performance with three songs. My brother did two. The names of my three songs were “That’s What I’ll Do”, “Workshop of Wonders” and “Y-O-U.” My brother’s songs were “We are the Clay” and “God is Wonderful.” After that, we got our faces painted. We missed cotton candy so we had snow cones, but my grandma made us throw the snow cones away before we were finished. She thought they weren’t too good for us. We felt angry but we forgave her.
Tomorrow, another adventure starts in London!