By Alexander E.
Looking for a good cruise? Then Celebrity Cruises might just be the right cruise line for you! This summer they are offering cruises in Europe, Alaska, Asia and many more places. If you take one of their trips, you will visit world famous countries and cities where you can eat, go to the beach, shop and sightsee at the ports. But of course, being out at sea is also amazing and beautiful. Celebrity Cruises also offers great kids clubs, restaurants, entertainment and more.
Celebrity Cruises also has plush staterooms. This cruise line is the most highly visited in the world. Prices for a 7-night cruise starts at $550 and a 10-14 day cruise starts at $3000.
Plan your cruise by clicking here
Top 3 things to do
By Ryan F.
Far away from people, cars, and city life. So peaceful. You probably know about Boulder, Colorado, but have you ever heard of Boulder, Utah? Well, my family has a cabin up there. The Boulder official Web site describes the place as "unspoiled, untamed, unbeleivable." Check out the video I made of my life in Utah during the summers...
Sport Camps coming up!
By Guerin L.
Are you looking for some fun sport camps to join this summer such as lacrosse or tennis ? Check out some of the possibilities listed below:
Lacrosse Trainers & Camps: Tim Booth, Mad Lax, or Grizzlies.
Here is a sample daily schedule of the summer lacrosse camp offered July 7-9 with trainer Tim Booth:
Day Lacrosse Camp Schedule:
Where: Danville, East Bay (TBD)
When: Monday, July 7, Tuesday, July 8 & Wednesday, July 9
Early Bird Special
By June 10 - $295
After June 10 - $325
Find out more by clicking on this link: http://boothlacrosse.com
Another option is a Tennis Camp: Bishops and Nike Tennis Camp.
Here is a sample daily schedule of the Nike Tennis camp offered at Stanford this summer:
In the dirt with tim booth…Talking to the pros
By Guerin L.
I got the chance to interview Tim Booth, a professional lacrosse player and founder of the Booth Developmental Lacrosse program. Read below for what he says!
GL: How old were you when you started lacrosse?
TB: 5th grade, about 11-12 years old.
GL: Who inspired you to start playing lacrosse?
TB: My older brothers, whatever they did, I did, but better.
GL: What was the first skill you learned in lacrosse?
TB: How to scoop up ground balls properly.
GL: What do you need to be good in lacrosse?
TB: Desire, you have to want to be good in lacrosse.
GL: Where did you play professionally?
TB: Rochester, NY, San Francisco, CA, San Jose, CA
GL: What was your greatest moment in lacrosse?
TB: Being drafted as a professional.
GL: What was your funniest memory from lacrosse?
TB: A guy that I played with that made a big mistake in his pants before a game.
GL: What team do you play for now?
GL: Why did you start a business in lacrosse?
TB: Interest, started small and built the business.
GL: What’s the difference between lacrosse players in upstate NY vs. CA?
TB: Players in upstate NY are tougher and play in all conditions, don’t wimp out in the rain for instance.
GL: Did your parents support you playing lacrosse?
TB: Yes, and in everything I did.
GL: Is it better to be big or fast.
TB: Ideally both, but either way, it is important to know your strengths and use them well.
GL: What is the benefit of a travel lacrosse team like BDP?
TB: Better coaches to learn important lacrosse skills you can’t learn in the backyard.
GL: What sport is the most similar to lacrosse?
GL: Does playing lacrosse help you get into college and have other advantages?
TB: Yes, helps all around.
GL: What is your pre-game routine?
GL: Traditional or mesh for your pocket?
TB: Traditional (from cat guts).
GL: Who is your favorite lacrosse player?
TB: Casey Powell
GL: What position will Brooks play (Tim’s son):
TB: Goalie, so I can shoot balls at him!
GL: That’s a wrap! Thank you Tim for chatting with me!