Thursday, December 15, 2016

Awesome Video Games

OK, I like to play video games, I mean who doesn't every once in a while? And no I'm not obsessed with them and no I don't play them all the time. I wouldn't be allowed to anyways. ;) Here are some awesome video games that I've played and play. :D :) 

                                      The Hunter

This game is seriously awesome!! It is like REALLY realistic for a game! :D It is more like a real hunt then your usual hunting game. This is a computer game, and you can download it onto your computer free!! Or you can buy a membership. Here are a few pictures from it. :) 

Cabela's Dangerous Hunts

This is a really fun game too! First you go through a bunch of hair raising adventures through many places.

Then you get to take down this guy at the end! :D 

Cabela's African Safari 

This is a fun game too. You go on missions to shoot certain animals and stuff. And try not to get killed. ;) :) :D 

Donkey Kong   

This game is seriously, one of the best games ever!!:D It is soooo fun!! I haven't played this game in a long time, because unfortunately our thing broke. :( But I really want to play it again sometime. :D 

Sorry about the awful pictures. 

Yeah, so those are some of my favorite games to play. Yes I know they are mostly hunting games. But what can I say? Hunting games are my favorite. 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tintin 2011

This is an awesome movie! One of my all time favorites! This movie is just packed with adventure, danger, and other awesome things. Like jumping out of windows after hawks, almost being captured by bad guys, and the awesome story of the ship The Unicorn. I love this movie, it is just amazing! And the animation is so realistic, when I first watched it I didn't realize it was animated! Awesome details, and scenes. I actually have this movie on my shelf. Well anyways this is an awesome movie I think everyone should watch. There is a scene where somebody gets shot and other guys die, so really little kids might be scared. But I would recommend it to ages 10-up. 

Friday, November 25, 2016

Black Friday sales!

Hi guys! Yesterday was Thanksgiving! Yay! Also today, there are some awesome Black Friday sales on some amazing books!! But first I am going to share with you some books I read this year that I am thankful for. :) 

     Prophet  By R.J. Larson   This was a really cool book, and I really enjoyed it!
 Judge  By R.J. Larson    I love this book! It was full of action, and Kien is really funny!
 King By R.J. Larson   Another one of R.J. Larson's amazing books! This might be                                                             my favorite!

DENY  By Tricia Mingerink    Where can I begin! This book is amazing! I loved it! 

 DEFY  By Tricia Mingerink   Doubly where to begin!! :) This book was EPICLY                                                                         amazing!! :D

OK, so at first it was supposed to be five books I'm thankful for, but I am going to add a few more because I have quite a few more! :D 

The Rise of Aredor  By Claire M. Banschbach 
  This book is amazing! It's full of adventures and at times makes you laugh so hard. It is Just an amazing book!! (I know I already said that) :) 

     The Wildcat of Braeton   By Claire M. Banschbach     

                   This is a great book! I would recommend everyone to read this series! :)

Samara's Peril  By Jaye L. Knight  
This.....Book....Is....AMAZING!!! So much adventure, and action, and other awesome stuff!! 

Hebbros  By Nicole Sager  
I LOVE this book! I am also really looking for good deals   on it so I can but it!! 

Speaking of sales! Let's get back to the main reason of this post! Black Friday sales on some awesome books!!! A bunch of authors put there books together and made some awesome deals, so that all you can get some of your favorite books for a deal!! Here is the link to the store of them! These sales go from today to the 28th! Awesome Huh??!! :D :D Everyone loves great deals!! Well Happy one day late Thanksgiving to you all!!  

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Donald Trump the new President

Yes! Go America! I am so glad  that Donald Trump won! Why am I glad? Well first of all Hilary is a cheating stealing liar. She has all these people believing her cause she is such a good liar. Or...not. People ask her about something she said before, her response." If you would have read the rest you would have seen that I was talking about..*pause* electricity!" Oh, OK so she found the first thing that popped into her mind and started a whole story about it. So lying....She wanted to bring in refugee's that could very easily been ISIS. She is for abortions, and other horrid thing of the sort. Not to mention her husband was President and that went very badly, she supports obama. There are rumors that she has had people secretly killed for her benefit. None of this really matters now that Donald Trump has already been elected. But I am just disgusted with these hillary clinton supporters. They are rioting all over, causing tons of damage, and making tons of trouble. I mean, YOU JUST GOT A GOOD PRESIDENT!!!!!! If your going to act like that go move to China!! I am PROUD of America for electing Donald Trump! No more democrats, no more liberals. More conservative people!    Sorry but I had to blow off some steam.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Hey guys! So I was just thinking about football so I figured I would do a post about it! My favorite team in NFL football is The Patriots.They are just an awesome team. Tom Brady is an amazing quarterback, the best in NFL history. The Patriots this year have won all of there games except two this year. So what is your favorite NFL football team? Here is a football site that you can go to and learn more about football and such.   Yeah, so go check out that site and learn more about football.

Monday, October 24, 2016

 Written by Sam H.


          Surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean, Greenland is the largest island in the world. It is more then three times bigger then Texas. It's capital is Nuuk (pronounced Nook) and is one of the smallest capitals in the world, having a population of 16,583 people (2013 count).  The current population of Greenland is 56,928 people which is a very small amount considering Kentucky alone has 4,339,367 people and isn't even half the size! Greenland means Land Of People. The inhabitants originated from Central Asia. Greenland is the land of sealing, whaling, hunting, and fishing.

          In the tenth century, Erick the Red discovered Greenland after being banished from Iceland for three years for murder. He then went back to Iceland to tell about this new land. Erick and 25 other ships sailed to Greenland; only 14 ships made it. In the 11th century Leif Erickson, Erick the Red's son, came to Greenland, and brought Christianity to Greenland. The first church was built soon after; it was called Tjodhilde's Church. You can still see the church today for a reconstruction of it was built. The Vikings lived in Greenland for 500 years then, mysteriously they disappeared for reasons unknown to people. Qaqortoq town has been inhabited for 4,300 years. Dog sleds and kayaks were the way of transportation in Greenland back then. Their kayaks would be made by stretching seal skins over the bottom to make it water proof. This job was for both men and women. In 1946 America offered to buy Greenland, but they refused to sell it.


          The people of Greenland are very peaceful and friendly people, always open to visitors, and they have never been to war. They are also very relaxed and don't make a big fuss over problems, but just find out how to solve them. Adventure is their specialty. They love the outdoors and swimming. Their main religion is Evangelical Lutheran. The official language is Greenlandic and Danish, but English is also widely known. They use Danish money. The traditional clothes of the Greenlanders are not very stylish but are very bright and colorful with lots of design. Their clothing is made out of thick animal furs to keep them warm in the frigid weather. They can  make a gown out of animal skins. Now days their clothing is a lot like ours, except with extra warmth. The traditional main ingredients in Greenland are any meat that they get from hunting. If you were a guest at a Greenlander's home, you would most likely get some traditional food and lots of it. Ingredients from Greenland are usually organic. Coffee is one of their favorite drinks. Hunting and fishing are a big thing in Greenland. When a kid gets his or her first catch, it is celebrated like a birthday. Kayaks were always used for hunting, but now they will use more efficient boats. Kids learn at a young age to kayak. Some of the things you can hunt are reindeer (Caribou), musk ox, seals, wild pigs, birds, and many other animals. For fishing, there are lots of different fish and many kinds of whales. People hunt in the Greenland National Park. The Greenland National Park is the largest park in the world, being about the size of France and Spain together. It is mostly hunters that travel the park, for it is all ice and snow and glaciers. It is also full of animals, which is why hunters hunt there. The world ice golf championships is a really cool event in March. The championships have been going on since 1999. The golfers will go through a course cut into the ice and snow. On the first day the golfers get some time to get familiar with the course. It is a 36 hole course that is played over the time of two days. They have to use red or green balls so that they will not get lost in the white snow. Another sport played in East Greenland is the Football (soccer) Championship. The game starts in the middle of summer and is played over 2 weeks. People all over Greenland come to watch. It is a social event. Football (soccer) is very important to the people in Greenland. The most celebrated festivals in Greenland are Christmas, New Year, and National Day. Christmas: December 25, the people of Greenland have thousands of candles lit and Red stars. You can see them in every home and building. Families will cut out decorations and eat good food. Children will sing in front of houses and receive treats. On Christmas Eve the children will dance around the Christmas tree. All the decoration and trees cannot be taken down until January 6, the 12 night. New Years: New Years is celebrated twice in Greenland, first on December 31st at 8pm, the Danish celebration. Then at midnight for the Greenland celebration. There is food, drinks, fireworks, and singing. The ground will be covered in snow. The Return Of The Sun: In Greenland the winters are long and the sun does not come back into the sky for months. So on January 13th, when the sun finally comes up, families and students on dogsleds go out and celebrate the return of the sun with singing, cake, and coffee. National Day: National Day on June 21st is the most celebrated festival in summer. It was founded in 1983. All the towns in Greenland celebrate it. There are many things going on in the celebration. There is dancing, singing, kayaking, speeches, and a church service. The flag is hoisted up. Museums and other places host special events for National Day. Their only TV channel, KNR, play reports from other towns. The people wear traditional clothes, and sing the national anthem.


          Greenland has a very interesting landscape. It is about 836,330 square miles. The highest point in Greenland is Gunnbjorn Peak, which is 12,139 feet high. Greenland is mostly flat, but has a narrow mountain coast. 80% of Greenland is covered in ice and snow; and a chunk about the size of Sweden is ice free. All the cities are built on the coast where it is ice free. The climate is sub arctic; cool summers of a high of 50 degrees in July, and freezing winters with the normal temperature in February of -20 degrees. In south Greenland, summer is really lush and green; the temperature in summer can rise to 68 degrees. There is hot springs that have a temperature of 90-100 degrees Fahrenheit! So when you are really cold in the winter, just jump into a nearby hot spring. Because of the cold temperature in Greenland, gardens do not grow well, so greenhouses are used to grow food. Greenland has some of the best air, but it is dry so you need to drink more water. Greenland has the fourth lowest temperature in the world of -87 degrees Fahrenheit! That is VERY cold! In the month of May day 25, the sun does not set until July 25, a very long day. Besides stars and planets, the sky in Greenland is filled with the northern lights.


          Land Animals: There are many cool animals in Greenland. Some of them are polar bears, arctic fox, mountain hares, musk ox, reindeer, and arctic wolves. The arctic wolf is a white color and is rare. You can find them in northern Greenland in a small area in ice and snow with little to no vegetation. Other animals are more widely spread over Greenland. The polar bear is the national animal of Greenland, and is very cool. They are not seen in populated areas, and are the biggest predators in Greenland. Their fur is white, and they eat seals, birds, and summer vegetation. They do not hibernate. Reindeer (Caribou) are hunted in Greenland a lot. The musk ox is also hunted. Birds: There are around 235 different species of birds. Some are white-tailed eagles (they are the largest bird of prey), sea eagles, fulmars, eider (which is a sea duck), and the ptarmigan. Sea animals: Whales are very common in Greenland, having 15 species of them. Some of the species of whales in Greenland are the humpback, beluga, narwhal, and bowhead. Blue whales and killer whales also are seen but very rarely. The humpback whale is really big, weighing up to 30 tons, but they are still very graceful. Five species of seals live in Greenland and you can see them anywhere on the shores. There are ringed seal, harp seal, hooded seal, bearded seal, and the common seal. The bearded and common seals are somewhat rare, but none of them are going extinct. The ringed seal is the smallest and weighs up to 220 pounds! Walrus also live there, they can weigh up to a ton and have tusks that grow up to 50 centimeters long. There are also many fish, such as the arctic salmon. 


        Greenland is an icy land, but is a lot greener than you would think. Many flowers, herbs, mosses, and such grow during the short summer. There are not very many trees because they do not have much time to grow. But there are some small trees. One of them is a grey leaf willow, it grows to the height of a man. The grass is lush and growing all over the land are 500 different kinds of flowering plants. Some are: Greenlandic blue bell, poppies, buttercups, and cotton flowers. They also have bog blueberries and blackberries, a special ingredient for pies and desserts. They have a lot of flowers that we have here in America. The national flower in Greenland is the Niviavsiaq flower. It's name means young woman, and is also called The Dwarf Fireweed.


          So, all in all, Greenland is an awesome country that I would like to visit someday. When you think of Greenland, you probably think of cold and terrible, but it is not all that, it is lush and green and beautiful.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Book Shelf Tour In Pictures

Ok, so i'm going to give you guys a tour of my bookshelf in pictures. The pictures didn't turn out great, but you can still see what they are so whatever. So here it is! :)

                                                         My Full bookshelf

The Very Top

Top Shelf

Next Shelf Down

Next Shelf Down

Next Shelf Down. (Notice my awesome bone book holder.) ;)

Bottom Shelf (And no I didn't shoot that buck..Sadly)

Now I will show you all my books Starting with the top shelf. I put hem in groups so I wouldn't have to take tons of pictures.

Movies on top shelf. 

                                 I don't know why it is sideways.....O well.

Books on second shelf down.

                                                  The Binding of the Blades series.
                                                     The Door Within Trilogy.

                                                       Resistance and Sirens Fury

                                              My collection of the Narnia books.

                                                The Land of Elyon Series.

                     A Dream Not Imagined, The Two Princesses of Bamare, and Landon Snow.

                                          The Man Called Noon and Kid Rodelo.

       Adventures in North Woods, Hawks Don't Say Goodbye, Prairie River, and Hank the cowdog.

Halfback Tough, The Coach that Never Came, and Trixie Beldon.

Books on third shelf down.

 This is my collection of old books. And a lone picture of the books below because it just looks so cool. :)

                         Mandie collection book, My Bible, Oliver Twist, and The Call of the Wild.

                                 The Impossible Lisa Barnes, and The Throughbred series.

            Little House in the Big Woods, Adam of the Road, The Sign of the Beaver, and Hardy boys.

                                            The Felicia Cartwright series.

   Trixie Beldon, My Side of the Mountain, Heartland, Kavik the Wolf Dog, Quarterback exchange, and Superbowl Switch.

  The Big Split, The Return of the Indian, The Mystery of the Cupboard, The Secret of Wildcat Swamp, and The House on the Cliff.

The Prince of Egypt. 

Books on fourth shelf down.

                                     Silver Skates, The Christy Miller series.

   Mandie an the Long Goodbye, fairy comic book, Runaway Alice, Adopted Jane, Bloodhounds INC, Out in the Cold, Julie.

Readers Digest 1964, The New Testament, Chicken Soup for the Soul. 

An old book on my top shelf.

This books copyright is in the 1800s!!! I can't remember what exactly it was, somewhere around the 1890s!! So I thought that was super cool! :) 

Now I just want to show you a couple of my favorite books on my bookshelf. 

                                         These awesome series I'm collecting

So that is the end of my book shelf tour in pictures. I hope you all enjoyed it. If I get a lot of new books in the days to come I might do a book haul in pictures. So we will see. :)