Band at Pismo Beach
When the band went to Pismo Beach they were so excited to go. So once we got there we were sure we would would win. So we walked for like 20-30 minutes and once we were about to start the competition rain started pouring on the whole band it was the most funniest moment ever. The auxiliary girls were screaming and yelling because there make-up and hair and dresses were getting wet, so technically they made a big drama about it. While on the other side the band didn't worry much but we did have trouble putting on our “Ponchos” and trying to keep our uniforms and instruments nice and dry. After a while we still kept marching and right before we got to the starting line to start the competition the sun came out and there we go again taking of the ponchos and marching down the street doing our best. Last but not least Mr. Amaral let us hang-out and go eat somewhere closes and walk around till 1:00, thats when he wanted us at the peer, so we all meet there. Then the judges started saying the places and winners and we won sweepstakes and 3rd place in flags. After all the raining, we actually had lots of fun and came home with 2 trophies.
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Pioneer went to Hobbs Grove this year. They took over 150 students. They took two busses to Sanger. They took a stop for the students can have lunch. They had three choices, Taco Bell, Mc.Donald’s and KFC. Once they got to Hobbs Grove they all got off the bus. All the students got excited because they had three haunted places to go to. I picked the Haunted House first it wasn't really scary for me some people got scared. My second choice was the Haunted Forest. The Haunted Forest was pretty scary, there were people crawling and people with chainsaws chasing you. Once we got out the Haunted Forest we were laughing and were ready to go to the last one witch was called the Hay Ride. That was my favorite one out of all of them. My friends and I got on a wagon that had a lot of of hay on it. While the wagon was moving there was girls in white dresses and people with chainsaws and knifes chasing the wagon, every one was scared.
Do you want to know about a great place to visit. If you are a person that likes getting scared than Hobbs Grove is for you. Hobbs Grove is in Sanger Fresno California. At Hobbs Grove you can go into the haunted house, hay ride, or the haunted forest. Hobbs Grove has a wide selection at the gift shop such as glow sticks,glow in the dark jewelry light up hair bands. Hobbs Grove also has a wide selection of food stands you can buy funnel cake, pop corn, and hot dogs. So if you in for a fright come to Hobbs Grove in Sanger Fresno in California.
Are scary movies your favorite? Do you and your friends enjoy getting scared? And if so , Hobbs Grove is the ultimate haunted Halloween experience. Hobbs Grove has a creepy mysterious yet frightening fun, atmosphere. You and your group of friends can explore 3 different paths each one more terrifying than the other! The Forest is known as the most scariest path. In The Forest you better be ready to run for your life, because scary killer clowns, zombies, and even Freddy Cougar are all out to hunt you down! Chasing you until you give up and become their victims! Remember Hobbs Grove only comes during Halloween, be safe.
This school year pioneer went on a trip to Hobbs Grove. Over 150 students got to go on this trip. On the way there we stopped to get dinner there was Taco Bell, KFC, and Mc Donald's. After we ate dinner we got back on the road to Hobbs Grove. When we arrived Mr. Ortega handed everyone three tickets, one was for the Haunted House another one was for the Haunted Forest and the third one was for the Hay Ride. My friends and me went to the Haunted house first it wasn’t that scary, after we got at the Haunted House they took a photo of us. Next we went to the Haunted Forest, we had to go through mazes which were pretty scary.