The John Franklin Expedition through the Canadian arctic was quite an undertaking. However, the mysterious details of the expedition are even more fascinating. Parks Canada will unveil the historical artifacts of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror for all the world to see. We will find out about every nook and cranny of this expedition in the name of history.
Personally, I’d like to find out how all those plates and bottles stayed in their shelves underwater. I need that kinda tech in my house.
If your young years don’t include a swimmin’ hole, you’re having a deprived childhood. Every pool you swim in shouldn’t be rectangular. It’s fun to go where others don’t, and have some fun with your friends. It’s much better if you ditch school or work, but any old day will do. Go!
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Yeah, the rope swing was fun. Sure. Whatever. They’re having the best kind of fun. Buncha friends ditching school or work at the old swimming hole. They’ve got more nerve than sense. Chicks dig that, and will join in if you let them. I’m not interested in any of that.
This has got to be the best slip and slide ever. Anything that requires lubricant has got to be good. Perhaps I should have phrased that differently. Oh well. The fifty foot drop is a plus. Having water at the bottom is pretty cool too, I guess. Back when I was a lad my friends and I would have to jump off a twenty-five foot ledge just to get to the fifty foot ledge; and it was uphill both way.
As much as I like to see young people hurling themselves off a cliff, something seems a bit off. I feel like I’m watching an ad of some sort. I don’t have any hard evidence, but if you look really closely you’ll catch glimpses of what could be product placements. It’s probably just my imagination. Anyways, I’m going to go buy a boat and some life vests, so long for now.