What interests me outside of school is music and entertainment. In the book Walking with Wolf , Wolf states that "That was one I always liked: I enjoyed the art of working with a chainsaw. What with all its dangers and even with close calls I had, why, nonetheless, it's something that I got great satisfaction from. I loved to hear the trees come down." It is interesting to see how the Costa Ricans or "ticos" used to enjoy doing this as entertainment and how they still use it as entertainment.
At the Deerfield fair that happened this weekend in Deerfield, NH, they had chainsaw carvings which is a form of chainsaw art. It is an interesting thing to see how chainsaw art is still used as entertainment today and how chainsaw art is an entertaining thing to people throughout the world.
I am looking forward to begin reading chapter 6 from the book Walking with Wolf. I can't wait to find out what other events or things they do for entertainment in Costa Rica. It is interesting to see how they can take the smallest things and turn them into something fun and exciting, or what is known as being entertainment. I guess we will have to wait and see what goes on in the upcoming chapters to find out what other things they do for entertainment.
P.S. If you would like to support me, our efforts, or our class, please send a check made payable to the Robert J. Lister Academy/ Costa Rica trip attention Bryan Mascio - 35 Sherburne Rd. Portsmouth, N.H. 03801