A School in the USA is reading our stories.

Salisbury School

This is which school that is happy to read our stories. We have read and been told that the school is  in Salisbury there is a lot of animals like deer and foxes. And there are a lot of different types of food. For example spaghetti!

We could not understand what \sphagheti is until we read from Lindsay. Lindsay says that to make sphagheti …. spaghetti–first you put the spaghetti in a pot of boiling water. Then you cook tomato sauce and meat together. Then when the spaghetti is done take the water out of the pot. Then combine the spaghetti and the sauce with the meat. Then you have spaghetti!

And in Salisbury there is a trail called the ghost trail because the trail used to be a track for a train. Then the train crashed and everyone who was on the train died. And to this day people say it is haunted by ghosts of people who died in the crash from the train.
In Salisbury there are a lot of fun places for example the beach. At the beach I like to swim in the ocean and go fishing! Once I almost caught a fish – it was a tuna. It got away.

Food they like is strawberries, chicken, broccoli and cheesecake. Cheesecake is made of soft cheese, milk, eggs, vanilla flavor mixed and then baked into a cake. Then we put strawberries, cherries or chocolate on the top. On the bottom is a crust of crackers.

We shall reply in a day or two and tell them about our food..

Thanks for knowing you guys.

Sydney.

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