All of my summer memories are in Washington. But my favorite summer was the first one in Washington. That year we tried to make a house for slugs. We captured 6 or 7 slugs and put them behind a rock wall that my brothers built. You wouldn't believe how hard it was to keep them behind that wall.
The other thing I remember is of the music camp. That was after one summer I went to band camp in Arizona. That is what helped me keep ahead of the rest. I spent a week learning a song then I played it at the end of the week.
All the Facts You Need to Know about Narwhals.
Narwhals are big aquatic mammals in the ocean. They are about the size of a school bus. They have a misplaced tooth that sticks out of a hole in the left side of their mouth.Most people commonly mistake this as a horn. It is really made out of Ivory. They eat shrimp and krill. A group of Narwhals is called a pod ( it should really be called an awesome.) They are closely related to Dolphins and Manatees. They are an endangered species. They live in the arctic circle. They travel in groups of about 20 Narwhals. A lot of people call them Nar-Whales but are pronounced Nar-Walls. The reason they are endangered is because of global warming move ice that encloses them in small areas where there is no food. The misplaced tooth is pretty much a Bundle of Nerves (See the 2nd and 3rd videos for more info). They are amazing creatures.