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Meet Tyler K.!

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My age: 11
My birthday:
February 27
Where I live:
California, USA
Who lives with me:
My mom, dad, and brother
8 fish
This is what my parent/s do:
My mom creates websites. My dad works at Wind River, a software company
Favorite subjects in school: math
To have fun outdoors I love: to play basketball in my front yard
Favorite singer: rock
Favorite book: Fablehaven and Bone
Favorite movie (film): Star Wars
My other hobbies are: playing with my brother
Favorite sport: basketball

Favorite holiday or festival: Thanksgiving and Christmas
My family’s religion: Christian
My native language:
I speak a second language, and it is: a little Japanese
My favorite food: kappa maki (cucumber sushi), spaghetti, ice cream

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June 23, 2008

One day at the fathers day bazaar, in the year 2006 I won three fish at a game booth in Oakland. To win you have to get a ping pong ball into a small fish bowl. One of them died in the first week. The next year I won five fish and two of them died. This year I won two more fish and I also bought a different kind of goldfish. Now I have eight!


June 12, 2008

When we went on a kayaking trip at Tomales Bay, we looked for a small type of sea slug in the kelp and eel grass. We finally found one when a piece of eel grass fell on my brother Devon. The eel grass had a sea slug stuck to it! We usually see lots of sea gulls, pelicans, harbor seals, leopard sharks, bat rays, egrets, and cormorants. One time we saw a few flounders (a type of flat fish that covers itself in sand) hiding in the shallow waters in the sand of course! Once we saw a "wild" jellyfish floating in the water. It was as big as my head, pink with brown spots around it. My brother and I call it wild because it was out in the bay and not in an aquarium. It was all alone and when it saw the kayaks, it got frightened and started floating down. Another time a 4 1/2 foot bat ray went under our kayak and rocked our kayak when it swam away. We tried to follow it, but it was too fast. When grandma was visiting, we went and saw river otters on the rocky shore. There were three little otter pups that were curious and when they saw us, they jumped into the water and came a little closer to the kayak. After they were done studying us, they went back into the cave. If you ever visit Tomales Bay in California, look for lots of wildlife!

Here I am in a kayak.

Sea Slug in Devon's hand




June 12, 2008
Last Day of School

Tomorow is the last day of school and my school set up a 5th grade pool party. I get out of school early at 12:20. We usually get out at 2:55. I'm looking forward to moving to a different school.


My Comments
  I love your fish and your bLOG
Hiba J., Age 12, England, UK

i like your blog about the fish.
Hana J., Age 10, England, UK

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