How can I turn a staircase into a walk in whale?

Question by 32mifam: How can I turn a staircase into a walk in whale?
I’m head of an activity in my church and i’m trying to get some ideas on how to turn a stair case into whale kids can walk through. You know like jonah and the whale. Any ideas?

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Answer by Jenn
Is it an open staircase? I’d start out by getting one of those arches that you use for wedding altars, or in a garden, know the kind I mean? Using chicken wire, foam (the sort used for insulating a house and/or upholstering furniture) and paper mache, sculpt the top of the head, using that arch as a base for the jaw. You might be able to use fabric or vinyl tarps, instead of the paper mache, too.

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‘Walk With You’ – 4DG ft Ria OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (Christchurch Tribute)

DOWNLOAD – Support the cause by getting your copy now fam! Spread the word! Big thank you to Greg, Scott, Nerice & the crew from Noggin Films for jumping on board to support the cause contributing their time & talents to put this together. Couldn’t have done this without you guys! Also Big thank you to Chris from KOG studios for his contribution mastering ‘Walk with you’ the man!!! And thank you to Crystal Houghton for hookin up the makeup for the vid! Shout out’s & big thank you to our good friend Ria for blessing this track with her stunning vocals. Check her out fam & show sum luv! You can check out more of 4DG @… Our hearts & prayers go out to all the people of Christchurch & Japan… God bless & 1Luv WALK WITH YOU (lyrics) Written by D.Bernard, R.Hala & L.Sauni of 4DG VERSE 1 Dearest friend it’s ok (Ok…) Let your tears roll down your face I know it hurts and I wish I could take All of the pain inside your heart away It’s so hard to even begin To try & understand, how it feels (How it feels…) To watch helplessly the ones you love Taken from you & me… PRE CHORUS But I know (I know…) That the clouds will pass I know (I know…) No matter what we’ll find a way through this…Whoa CHORUS x 1 Even when the world falls down And you feel like nobody’s around To help you through, united we will walk with you And even though that things
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O For A Closer Walk With God – Charles Stanford

The Trinity Choir of Trinity Church in Boston, Massachusetts performing O For Closer Walk With God by Charles Villiers Stanford. From their album With Heart & Voice, directed by Brian Jones. There are not many recordings of this beautiful anthem, so I decided to upload it. The photo is the property of Evandro Antunes. This anthem somewhat inspired me to write my own choral anthem.

Pastor Jay Brings 500 Mile Walk of Faith to Restoring Honor Rally on the National Mall

Washington, DC (Vocus) August 26, 2010

Pastor Jay Ahlemann will walk the most important leg of his 500 Mile Walk of Faith from the World War II Memorial toward the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall during the Restoring Honor Rally on Saturday, August 28, 2010. To oppose the building of a mosque at the Ground Zero site in New York, to challenge the policies of the Obama administration, and to encourage a return to the Judeo Christian values upon which the nation was founded, the 65-year-old pastor is walking 500 miles through the Shenandoah Valley and the nation’s capital. Pastor Jay took the first steps on the walk on August 2nd and will continue his historic trek for America at the Restoring Honor Rally.

“I’m sick and tired of the leadership of this nation going around this world apologizing to the Islamic world. It’s time to stop bowing to Islam and stand up for America,” said Pastor Jay, “We haven’t been able to get it together to build a memorial at Ground Zero, but a mosque is planned for construction there. Am I going to have anything to say about that? You’d better believe it.”

What: Interview and b-roll opportunity with Pastor Jay on the 500 Mile Walk of Faith

Date: Saturday, August 28, 2010

Time: Noon

Location: World War II Memorial – 17th Street Entrance

Contact: Chris Hill – (703) 906-2446

Washington Redskins Super Bowl MVP Mark Moseley and Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA, 10th Dist.) are supporters of the 500 Mile Walk of Faith and join Pastor Jay in a new online video located on to share their views on the critical factors threatening the very foundation of the country.

Pastor Ahlemann organized the 500 Mile Walk of Faith to bring America back to God and country and the Judeo Christian values the nation was founded upon:

The Sanctity of Human Life (Born and Unborn)
The Traditional Family and Marriage (Between One Man and One Woman)
A National Work Ethic (Not a Socialistic and Welfare Culture)
The Right to a God-Centered Education
The Abrahamic Covenant (Refusing to “Bow to Islam” and Support Israel)
Our Personal Accountability to God
Common Decency


A pastor for 46 years, Pastor Jay is well-known for publicly opposing the 1998 relocation and construction of the Islamic Saudi Academy in Northern Virginia. Pastor Jay served for 26 years as the Pastor of Christian Fellowship Church located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area – one of the largest evangelical churches in the region. He is currently the pastor of The Church of the Valley in Strasburg, VA.


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Ghost Walk Leads to “Hallowed” Hotel in Portsmouth

Portsmouth, VA (PRWEB) September 18, 2008

As Halloween approaches, Portsmouth is preparing for the 27th Annual Olde Towne Ghostwalk, taking place on October 24, 2008. With the rest of the city, the Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel & Waterfront Conference Center is offering “hallowed” hotel rooms, perfect for guests looking for fright-free accommodations in Portsmouth during the weekend’s ghostly events.

The Olde Towne Ghostwalk, based on the famous Jack-the-Ripper Walks in London, takes spectators on a guided walking tour of Olde Towne Portsmouth, a 20-square block area on the National Register of Historic Places, and past the haunted houses and mysterious creaking mansions of historic Olde Towne. At each stop, costumed actors or actresses re-tell the legends of ghostly visitations and other scary tales of infamous ghosts and haunted houses.

Experience the thrills that are sure to come during this exclusive one night only event. Taking place from 7 to 9 p.m., tickets are being sold for three time slots: 7 p.m., 8 p.m., and 9 p.m. Groups will depart on their haunted adventure from the Trinity Church graveyard. The 45 minute tour will conclude at Middle Street Park, where hot cider will be served, surrounded by entertainment and the chance to purchase T-shirts, ghostly books, posters and more. Tickets go on sale October 1, 2008 and are only per person. Children carried or in strollers are free.

After taking that spooky walk around haunted houses and ghostly graveyards, wind down and retreat to the safe and comfortable rooms within the Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel in Norfolk, VA. Make it an evening to remember and fall fast asleep on beds wrapped in rich linens and custom comforters. Wake up refreshed and enjoy a relaxing breakfast at the hotel’s famed Portsmouth restaurant, Foggy Point Bar and Grill, which serves up traditional breakfast favorites throughout the morning.

Uncover the chilling history of Portsmouth from a hotel located right in the midst of Olde Towne and all of its ghostly stories and secrets.

About Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel & Waterfront Conference Center

Discover a luxurious Norfolk hotel situated in the downtown historic district of Olde Towne Portsmouth, where convenience and beauty reside at Renaissance’s Portsmouth hotel. Boasting a spectacular waterfront location, this memorable Norfolk VA hotel offers stunning views from 244 inviting guest rooms and 5 lavish suites. Portsmouth accommodations are equipped with wired Internet access, while 23 meeting rooms provide wireless access. Savor the atmosphere of this Norfolk, Virginia hotel at Foggy Point Bar & Grill, presenting a selection of fresh seafood. With attractions such as MacArthur Center mall and unique downtown dining, this hotel in Portsmouth has something for everyone. Experience the charm of the Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel & Waterfront Conference Center. For more information or to make a reservation, call 757-673-3000 or visit