Where I Live

live in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.  Canada is the best place on Earth.  Canada is so beautiful and has a lot of different land forms like Prairie and the Rocky Mountain Range. I live in a small town by the name of Comox.  There are a lot of great things in Comox like…Image result for puntledge river  

The Puntledge River is one of my favorite places in the Comox Valley.  The river starts in the mountains and flows in to Comox Lake and the flows out of the lake and in to the ocean.  the river is home to many fish species like Pink, Chum, Spring, Coho and some rare Sockeye salmon.  Also trout like rainbow and Cutthroat.  I  love to go fishing at the river during the salmon run in fall.  I like to swim in the river in the summer.  I walk up the river and float down in the current.  I look for Crayfish and watch the salmon swim past me.

Another one of my favorite places is Mount Washington.  I like skiing there in the winter. Skiing is one of my favorite sports.  My mom and dad taught my how to ski as a young kid and my dream is to go to the Olympics in freestyle skiing.  My dad is a very good skier and so is my mom.  My dad can do back flips, front flips and go of big cliffs.  I can do tricks like 360’s And I want to try a front flip.

One of my favorite  things to do in the valley is mountain biking. There’s lots of places to mountain bike like Cumberland, Northeast Woods and Mount Washington me my brother and My Dad are the only people there mountain bike in our Family.  I also Mountain Bike at Mount Washington. They have a lot of fun trails.  My favorite trail in Cumberland is called Found Link.  It is smooth, fast and has a fun drop off.

The Ocean is a very important part of my life.  Lots of things My Family eat are from the ocean like Salmon, Halibut and Sable Fish.  I live on an Island so I am surrounded by Ocean.  My Dad has two boats for Commercial Fishing witch means he catches fish to sell.  We catch things like Prawns, Shrimp, Crab and salmon.  I also surf at a Beach near my house when its windy.

I am so lucky to live in the best place on Earth!

Alphabet of Christmas

Christmas Wreath Brian Holland via Compfight


Hello bloggers,

This is a post I made about the Christmas alphabet.


A is for Angels, appearing so bright and beautiful.

B is for Bells, ringing loud on Santa’s sleigh.

C is for Celebrate, on Christmas eve.

D is for Decorations on the Christmas tree.

E is for Elves who build the toys.

F is for Frosty the snow man.

G is for Give presents on Christmas day.

H is for Holiday during Christmas.

I is for Ice skating in the winter.

J is for a Jolly Christmas spirit.

K is for Krampus who will take your presents.

L is for Lights to decorate your home.

M is for Merry Christmas everyone.

N is for Noel, Christmas in french.

O is for Ornaments to decorate your Christmas tree

P is for Plum pudding.

R is for Reindeer flying Santa’s sleigh.

S is for Santa who delivers your presents.

T is for Tinsel on my Christmas tree.

U is for Unwrap presents on Christmas day.

V is for Vacation on Christmas.

W is for Workshop were the elves work.

X is for Xmas, an abbreviation for Christmas.

Y is for Yule log, which is sometimes burned in a fire.

Z is for Zebra, I want one for Christmas.


Do you have any thing you especially want this Christmas.  Tell me.


My Trip to Anza Borrego

A fallen rock in the Slot Canyon

Cholla cacti in the hot sun

My family and I drove out to Anza Borrego State Park in the Colorado Desert.  I don’t know why it’s called the Colorado Desert when it’s in California?

We left our place in Encinitas and we started driving.  We stopped in a small town called Julien for breakfast.  Julien is famous for its apple pie and has been a town since 1870.  We had some apple pie and then left for the desert.

When we got to Borrego Springs we stopped at a fun Visitor Center and we looked at some cool animal furs like cougars and bobcats.  We got to hold them and touch then carefully.  We asked where we could go for a hike and the Slot Canyon was suggested (picture on the top).

We walked down a sketchy slope and entered the canyon.  The canyon is a flash flood path during rain falls. It’s made of compressed dirt and sandstone. Some parts of the canyon look like they will fall any second and crush you. The canyon was about 20 meters deep in some spots. It was nice in the canyon because it’s was 32 degrees outside and it is shady in the canyon so you could get away from the blistering heat.

On the way home we stopped at a cool place on the side of the road where there were big rocks and cool cacti like this cholla cactus (picture on the bottom). We walked along the hot gray rocks and the dry grass watching for rattle snakes under the plants. When we got back to Encinitas it felt colder. Later that night we went out for Mexican food.  It was a fun day!

Have you ever been to the desert?


Snorkelling at La Jolla Cove

Splash! My family and I jump in the water to snorkel at La Jolla Cove  (la hoya) in Southern California, near San Diego. La Jolla Cove is famous for seals, sea lions and Garibaldi fish.  At La Jolla Cove you can see Garibaldi, sea bass, surf perch and lots of seals and sea lions.

My dad and I were swimming around and a seal jumped in the water and we watched it swim away from us.  In this picture you can see a beautiful bright orange Garibaldi fish swimming along the reef with the long eel grass waving in the tide. The Garibaldi is the state fish of California and it is protected in La Jolla Cove.

I will write more blog posts soon! What is the coolest fish you’ve ever seen?


Body Boarding on My First Day

Ipanema Beach surf alobos Life via Compfight


I’m in California now.  I love to bodyboard! Whenever I go to California body boarding and surfing are my favourite things to do because I get to paddle out and catch waves with my dad. I love when I catch a wave that’s really glassy and lasts a long time.

We wear wetsuits so we stay warm in the cool water. The waves are different every day. Sometimes they are huge but sometimes they’re small. I like the waves that are 5 to 6 feet tall and not too steep. Sometimes I catch a wave and I fall off and get sucked under the water. I’m always ok though.

My dad is a really good surfer. He catches the biggest wave in site and does big carves and turns.  Three years ago my dad  snapped a longboard and his short board in the same day. It was crazy!

I  swim out and use my GoPro to film my dad and my uncle surfing.  When I was a little kid my dad would pull me out to where the waves are breaking and he would push me into waves. I didn’t like it at first but I got used to it and it was pretty fun.  My dad is my hero and I look up to him.  I will be talking more about these topics during my three week holiday in California.