Thursday, December 20, 2018

New Zealand Description

The place to be was the west coast of New Zealand. With beautiful surroundings. there as only ever one time that I dreaded living there. it was absolutely astounding with the slow flowing water of the gorge that turned like normal water when it reached the river but before that it was a beautiful bluey greenthat no one could resist but to touch. the helicopter tours came a bit late but I managed to see what I liked. we where on holiday when the water first started rising so we booked tickets to fly to our cousins in Australia never to come back

Tundra Letter

Dear Mum and Dad


On the way to the Tundra, it was quite warm, but as we got closer and closer I started to feel chilly. I pulled on my jumper and realised why they told us too bring as many jumpers as possible!! When we got off the bus, it felt like I was going to get frost bite it was that cold. I huddled as close as I could to the rest of the group for warmth. We travelled across most of the Tundra before finally seeing the bus on the horison. everyone started sprinting towards it to get back in the warmth!!!

Yours Sincerely, Your loving Son, Sam

Logging

I believe that Loggers should find different jobs because we will not have any air to breath in so we will have to breath in CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) and die because it is a dangerous chemical to Human Kind.

Logging will create less hiding places for the Kiwi bird during day time so it will die out once and for all 😥😥😥😢😢😢😢

Hotel



Grass Hotel, Hokitika Gorge

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

How To Make Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding

  • Preheat oven to 180°C or 160C fan-forced. ...
  • Combine milk, butter and egg and lightly whisk.
  • Sift flour and cocoa into a large bowl. ...
  • Combine cocoa powder and brown sugar for sauce in a bowl.
  • Spoon pudding mix into baking dish. ...
  • Slowly pour boiling water over the back of a large metal spoon to cover pudding.
  • Questions To Ask Edmund Hillary

    1. How much equipment did you need to climb to the top of Mt Everest?
    2. What type of clothing did you wear at the top of Mt Cook and Everest?
    3. How much air did you need to climb Mt Everest?
    4. Did you ever visit Kowhitirangi?
    5. Where were you born?

    WWF, (World Wildlife Fund)

    Freshwater Seals.

    WWF is using snow to make sure that there is enough snow for the seals to dig a den and have their pups with enough room to grow up.

    WWF as been giving areas for them to breed so they can repopulate themselves without having to transfer DNA or anything fancy like that.

    DOC Rangers

    Pros about becoming a DOC Ranger:
    1. You get to pay a big part in the envoronment of New Zealand
    2. You can man handle rare or dangerous creatures trying to find a way to breed from them
    3. You get to give advice that can be suitable to any one who needs it
    Cons about becoming a DOC Ranger:
    1. You might have to sit around doing nothing for a while
    2. You would have to do a lot of office work including paper work
    3. You could get bitten or seriously injured by an animal you are handling



    I would'nt like to become a DOC Ranger

    Fantastic Beasts

    Dinonk: massive animal, twice the size of a blue whale, lives in the water but can come out to find food if there is nothing else in the water. To communicate they make loud cracking noises that is very hard to pick out the right words unless you were an expert at it. To catch food it spooks its prey with louding, repetitive cracking noises to spook its prey. If it goes well the prey will be stiff so that it can easily jump out at it and rip it to shreds with it razor sharp jaws. But if spooking it fails it uses its last defence. It’s backside can release a gas so horrible, no matter if your wearing 1 million gas masks, you will get knocked out instantly. The Dinonks love the smell and taste of the gas, and often when their travelling fart for no reason then turn around to swim through it. When males break out fights over females, only the ones that have adapted to fighting will manage to change their smell to something revolting to their species. Females are more aggressive but hang back and let the males do the work before nicking their food making them have to find more. They live alone apart from some males who hunt for food for their female mates. They look like underwater dinosaurs with a tail of a skunk. They swim like sharks and prey on anything that they can find that can’t resist their fart, (which is nothing). They have many spindly little legs that seem barely able to lift them.

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018

    Cacti Water Problem

    3 X 365 = ?

    To fugure out this problem I will times them idividually and then add them together
    3x300=900
    3x60=180
    3x5=15
    900+180=1080+15=1095

    3 X 365 = 1095

    You would have to give the cactus 1095 millimetres of water a year

    NZ Teams

    Tāne Mahuta

    I would love to meet Tāne Mahuta because the surrounding environment makes the area beautiful and sceneric place to live. I don't just want to see Tāne Mahuta, but I want to climb it, and live near it.

    Digital Footprint

    Monday, December 17, 2018

    Natural Surroundings

    At home the natural wildlife is going crazy, there are heaps of animals, especially chickens. The trees go naturally and we care for anything in out area, except weeds. Every day our whole family is careful to keep the environment tidy. About 5 kms down the road the gorge with beautiful bluey green water. The soft sand feels comfortable underfoot with beautiful natural surroundings. Everything around us is taken care by farmers, and they do it very well.

    Top 3 Fun Facts About N.Z.


    1. New Zealand is one of the three countries in the world that has two official national anthems of equal standing. The first is God Save The Queen, the second is God Defend New Zealand.
    2. New Zealand was the first major nation to have universal suffrage. In 1893 all Male and Female citizens were legally allowed to vote.
    3. The Auckland City Sky Tower is the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere at 328 meters high.