Garrett's Bucket List

2014!

Visit the Sphinx #1

I would like to go the sphinx in Egypt. I think it would be cool to see the sphinx that the Spaniards build long ago. Wind and sand have worn down sphinx through weathering. That is called physical weathering. The wind blew the sand against the sphinx that is why the sphinx is smooth.
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The Pharaoh Who Found the Sphinx

Visit Easter Island #2

Easter island would be a really cool place to visit. Thousands of huge stone statues are scattered throughout the island. The huge stone statues have been weathered and eroded through wind and rain. The wind blows dirt and sand against the statues and the rain goes in the cracks and expands. These are examples of physical weathering.
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The Easter Island Statues

Mysterious Easter Island Heads Have Bodies Too

Scuba Dive in The Great Barrier Reef #3

Scuba diving in The Great Barrier Reef seems like a very cool activity. The Great Barrier Reef is located in Australia. There are lots of fish living at The Great Barrier Reef. Water running against the reef has eroded it for a long time. This is an example of physical weathering.
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Scuba Diving in The Great Barrier Reef

GoPro HD Scuba diving Great Barrier Reef

The Great Wall of China #4

The Great Wall of China is over 5,000 miles long. I think it would be really cool to go to China to see the wall. The Great Wall of China has probably been eroded by rainfall and wind blowing dirt against it for thousands of years. This is an example of physical weathering.
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The Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China

Mount Rushmore #5

Located in Montana is Mount Rushmore. The mountain has been eroded by rainfall, gravity, and wind. The rain, gravity, and wind have slowly worn this mountain down. This is an example of physical weathering.
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Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore in HD!