Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Kakepuku trip

Today my class and I went up Kakepuku it was good fun but wet and slippy I didn't go all the way up but I still climbed up some here are some photos of places on the mountain.

Here's some photos that I took from the look out point.

We found a stream that was caused by all the rain. (There's no actual Natural streams)

Monday, June 23, 2008

fun electronic games

do you have any favourite electronic games mine are BF2142 (battlefield 2142) to find out heaps about this game go to http://rooasksforopinions.blogspot.com/ also I like a game called S.T.A.L.K.E.R here some pics of the games

Monday, June 16, 2008

organic gardening

today in class we were talking about growing an organic garden and maybe even getting chickens! I once took care of some chickens it was fun and I ate there eggs they were YUMMY! Do you think this would be a good idea. say it here but say why.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

My sort of half adventure

Well.... on the weekend I went to a karate comp. There were four different categories Forms (sort of moves put together for show and to show what you've learned) Sets (a combination of moves that are done several times over) Techniques (self defence) Sparring (fighting when you've got lots of pads on). I got a gold in sparring I got nothing in everything else because I was up against a 16 year old black belt and I'm only a brown belt.

Monday, June 2, 2008

My assignment

Name: Catherine Wilson Malcolm (Kate or Katherine Sheppard) yes she wasn’t always called Kate Sheppard

What she did: Kate Sheppard was the main leader for the revolt of woman winning the right to vote in parliament elections since Kate Sheppard and all the other women won. She influenced other countries to do the same but Britain and U.S.A did it after WW1 probably because they lost all their men in the war. Here’s a cool fact since then in New Zealand 2/3 of the people elected for parliament in NZ have been women our prime minister Helen Clark is a woman cool aye. All this gave Kate Sheppard honour of being on the ten dollar note.