Today we discovered that some of the people in our group have blisters. This is a real problem because blisters can be painful and infected. We needed a solution to our problem so we decided that we wanted to drain all of the pus inside of the blisters. We decided that we were going to take a needle and clean the needle with some soap and water. then we would take the needle and gently poke the blister with the clean needle and then wrap the drained blister with bandages and other stuff to cover the blister with other first aid protective covering. Now we SHOULD be safe but not for sure.
In day 5, we reached the Kansas River. The problem that we faced was “How do we cross the river?” We researched and found that we could Ford the river, Float the river, or Ferry the river. If we chose to Ford the river, we would walk across the river with our bad blisters. If we floated across the river, we would float. If we chose to ferry the river, there was a man willing to take the carriages and animals across, but for money, which we didn’t have a lot of. Our whole class voted. At first, majority people wanted to ferry the river. Some people also wanted to build our own boat. At the end, we decided to Ford the river. We rolled the dice and we crossed safely.