The Yorkshire Rows journey across the Atlantic

Posted by larchblog on Friday Jan 29, 2016 Under Uncategorized

Recently in larch class we have been looking at the Yorkshire rows as part of our geography topic “Raging Rivers and Deep Seas”As part of out topic we did a letter to our families pretending that we were one of the team.

Here is a bit of mine hope that you enjoy.

Dear  mum and dad

Right now I am in the middle of the ocean and I am dead busy. So how was your Christmas? I wish I were with you enjoying Christmas, however I am still enjoying it here.

 

For the equipment we have a machine that  takes out all the salt out of the water. we also have a compos to tell us were we are going. For our food we have dried snacks. We will cheerfully have our food when it is our turn. Our toilet is a bucket and we have such tiny beds.

 

Every week, I feel tired for rowing for two hours but never mind we can see sea animals.  But I did not see any dolphins ,which is my favourite. In addition to this I love the view.

By Samaira B

 

2 Responses to “The Yorkshire Rows journey across the Atlantic”

  1. larchblog Says:

    wow that is amazing writing well done Samaira

  2. C Thom Says:

    Great fun reading all the children’s letters to the Yorkshire Rowers and it#s been great following their progress through the eyes of the children

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