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One Chicago

When I refer to ”One Chicago” I’m talking about the three TV series: Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med, which all together create One Chicago (or at least thats the term used to refer...

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Stalagmites and stalactites

What is a stalagmite and a stalactite? Well stalagmites and stalactites are rock and mineral formations found in caves. They look like spikes coming up from the ground and the coming down from the celling....

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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a population of 12,807,060. Pennsylvania is located at 41.2033° N, 77.1945° W. Here are some more facts about Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania is 274 km long and 455 km wide and has a total area...

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Indianapolis zoo

Recently (Tuesday, October 14 2019, to be exact) mom, dad, Abby and I wen’t to the Indianapolis Zoo. They have about 1400 different animals from the rarest Gazelle to the common Chuckwalla. My personal favourites...

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Field of Screams

So on Friday, September 20th Dad and I went to the Field of Screams in Lancaster, PA. They claim to be Americas No.1 Haunted Attraction. There were 4 major attractions. The attractions were the Haunted...

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Horse back riding

Friday September 20 2019, Mom, Abby and I went horse back riding at Ironstone Ranch. They’re property is about 275 acres. As it is big, it’s also beautiful. Our horses, in this photo here you...

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The Turkey Hill Experience

Mom and dad took Taylor, Mackenzie and I to the Turkey Hill ice-cream factory in Columbia, PA. The factory was 29 miles (46 kms) from our house in New Holland, PA. In front of the...

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The Battle of Gettysburg.

The American Civil war Battle of Gettysburg, took place in 1863, it was the the bloodiest battle in American history. The battle of Gettysburg took three days to complete, during the time almost 3,155 lives...

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Gettysburg

So Tuesday, September 17th we went to Gettysburg. We went on a bike tour of the national civil war Battleground while dad was working at the best western hotel which was right across the street....

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