Tag Archives: Elliot The Cat

The Cat is BACK!!!

A new Logo for…well, ME !!!!

Believe it or NOT!

Whoa, Hey there Pen Pal!

The Oldest Ripley's Believe It or Not!

The Oldest Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

I recently took a very short trip all the way to Florida! I traveled to St. Augustine, an amazing city right by the water! I love the water…but not actually getting in the water, unless it’s bath time. In St. Augustine, I visited the OLDEST and FIRST Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum…or Odditorium (I don’t know what that word means). This museum has over 800 exhibits and weird artifacts (artifacts are very old things made by people). I loved taking pictures of all the different things…but truthfully, it got kinda creepy in there. Have a look yourself!

Elliot

Days and Knights!

Huzzah Pen Pal,

Elliot, King of Cats has arrived!

Elliot, King of Cats has arrived!

 

I had a ball today! I got up nice and early (10:30!!) and headed down to Fairburn, Georgia for my adventure. I got a chance to see kings and queens and knights and…weird creatures. I also got to dress up and declare myself ‘King of Cats’! Believe me, everyone was very impressed. Before I headed home I stuffed myself with a really big turkey leg and watched a joust. A joust is when two people ride horses…with sticks…yeah, sounds dangerous.  I will NOT be trying that at home, especially since I don’t have a horse. Anywho, check out my pictures!

– Elliot

Alllllll the way up?

Hey There Pen Pal,

I am in Tybee Island, Georgia for a special treat. Today I got to visit an actual lighthouse! It was built in 1773…so it’s older than the USA….and me. Lighthouses are really cool because they help boats tell when they’re getting close to land…they’re also reaaallly tall. I had to go up a lot of stairs, and it was pretty scary, but once I got to the top it was soooo cool. You HAVE to check out all of my cool pictures.

Elliot!

Away to the coast!

Heeeeeey Pen Pal!

I am in Savannah, Georgia for this trip. Savannah is a great town, it’s old…wait no, it’s classic. It has a lot of great historic buildings and fountains and ghost stories. I didn’t stick around for any spooky tales, but I did stick around to see some great trains at the Georgia State Railroad Museum. I also got to stay up past my bedtime and visit Leopold’s for some late night ice cream. A lot of movie makers worked together to make Leopold’s great…it’s a pretty famous ice cream place…maybe I’ll get to make a movie there one day. Anyway, enjoy my pictures…they were a lot of fun to take!

Elliot