I love bugs. Bugs are cute. Bugs are funny. Bugs can walk. Bugs can fly.
What a great first post Cole! What is the coolest bug you’ve ever seen? The coolest bug I’ve ever seen is a giant grasshopper in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, last year.
What a great first post Cole! What is the coolest bug you’ve ever seen? The coolest bug I’ve ever seen is a giant grasshopper, in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, last year.
A Star is born! Great work Cole – I really like bugs too, and learned a lot by watching your video. Some day you should plan to bring your family to visit this area and see the different bugs in the Cariboo region of the province. Keep up the excellent record keeping.
that is a great idea
I like your blog Cole. You explained your exhibit very well. Thank you for this.
thank you really much
I really enjoyed your first vlog Cole and can’t wait until the next one. Was that boy “bugging” you during the dance? ha ha! Mia is looking forward to catching some water spiders and other creatures in the river behind the chalet with you this summer. Love you! Aunite Nicole
i love you too and i will love to see you again
What a cool presentation! What knowledge coming from one so young! Great reading, Cole! And what about those very intelligent Cole eyes!!! Love, love, love! Bravo, Cole!
thank you for the comment
Hi Cole. I’m one of your Mom & Dad’s friends from England. I really enjoyed watching your fist blog video. Right now I don’t like one particular bug. He bit me at the weekend and now my elbow is swollen! It was definitely a predator and must have had very strong jaws, just like you said. He eats people and he is not my favorite bug.
I’d like to see the photo! Hope your arm is better. Was it a tarantula?
It felt like it, Cole, but actually it was probably only 1mm wide, but it must have had huge teeth! My arm is better now, thank you, but I didn’t take a photo.
Very proud of you Cole! I look forward to reading all your wonderful posts!
I love you mom xoxo
We are so impressed with your work, Cole! We can’t wait to see you in August and check out the bugs in Sarnia.
Wow – what an incredible video blog. I am going to have to show Nikki maybe it will help her not be so scared of bugs.
Love Auntie Kim
Don’t be so scared of bugs Nikki! They are important but yes some are bad like Mosquitos
Hi Cole. My name is Isaac Mildenberger and I am in your Fun Unlimited camp this week. I just watched your video on bugs and it is awesome! See you tomorrow!
Thanks Isaac for watching it! I really liked the bug unit this year.
I am going to Vancouver after camp today but I hope to see you again.
Wow Cole! This is an excellent post. I love bugs too. I live in Halifax and for some reason there are A LOT of spiders around here this fall. I walk through at least two spiderwebs everyday. And the spiders are BIG! but seem friendly
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