S: Boston 2009!
BC: The End
FC: 7th grade Boston Trip!
1: Named after it's surrounding neighborhood, The Fens, Fenway Park is the oldest standing ball park in major league baseball. The first game was on April 4th, 1912. Fenway Park is the home of The Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox have had many victories and they have played in many other stadiums and they have won there too. Fenway Park is a very well known stadium and Boston citizens hope that Fenway Park will last forever!
2: The Old North Church stands in Boston, Massachusetts. The Old North Church was founded in 1723 and many historical events have happened in this site. In 1775, Robert Newman climbed to the steeple of the Old North Church and he carried up 2 lanterns that signaled to Paul Revere that the British weren't walking to Boston, but they were sailing there, to Boston. | to Boston. Paul Revere then raced to the Old North Church to hide. When the surrounding British troops finally found Paul Revere, Paul escaped through a window in the church. The window has not been replaced because it is a reminder to America of freedom.
3: The Blue Man Group is a talented group of men that paint themselves blue and perform in front of many people. The Blue Man Group do not speak, but they use instruments that sound just likes music. They make music in a different way that consists of a few materials.
4: Lexi, Grayson, and Anna are three of my many very best friends... We had so much fun on the Boston trip!
5: Paul Revere was a very clever and intelligent man. Paul was born December 22, 1734 and passed on May 10th, 1818. He was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution. After Paul Revere's death, his name was glorified for his role in the battle of Lexington. Paul is also known for his midnight ride through Boston. Paul was a very great man and without him, I don't think that America would be a free country.