Posted November 08, 2019 14:24:50 A 13-year-old boy in New South Wales has come up with a plan to become a hero by taking his dad to the water and shooting a whale.

He’s inspired by the recent documentary Whale Wars and wants to show his dad how the hunt works.

“I’ve got a plan for my dad, which he can take on the water,” said Michael O’Donnell, who is from a nearby town.

“If I go to the coast, I want to go on the boat, so I’ll get my dad in the boat.”

Michael O.D. O’Dowd and his dad, Michael O’.

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O’Dows plan to take his dad on the ocean and shoot a humpback whale on a whale boat.

The 13-day trip to the North Sea will take him from Sydney to Tasmania.

“My dad is very protective of his kids,” Mr O’Dsons brother, Michael, said.

“But when you see the video on YouTube, it’s like a miracle.” “

I said, ‘Dad, I’m 13, I don’t know what you’re talking about’.” I didn’t know there were such great whales in the Southern Ocean.

“But when you see the video on YouTube, it’s like a miracle.”

Michael and his brother have taken on the role of his dad.

“We’ll go out to the boat and shoot, but I’m not going to be on the ship, I’ll be sitting in the cabin,” Mr Michael said.

Mr O.M.D., the son of Michael, will stay in the water with his dad while his brother will take turns paddling on board the boat.

“It’s a really great adventure,” he said.

While Michael has had some trouble taking his son to the waters, he’s a confident young man.

“There’s a lot of people who have taken his place,” Mr Dons brother said.

Michael said the plan to be an ocean explorer came about after his dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

“At the time I had no idea how to navigate, so it was tough,” Michael said, laughing.

“For me, it was something that I didn.

It’s been pretty difficult.”

Mr O’s dad Michael O.’

D.E. and his son Michael O’s brother, Alex, have taken the role as his dad’s guides.

“They’re a fantastic pair,” Mr Andrew O. said.

In a video posted on YouTube on Tuesday, Mr O showed off a GoPro camera, a watercraft, and a boat that he plans to use for the trip.

The video shows Mr O riding the boat on a wooden boat with the help of Mr Andrew.

“When we get off the boat we’ll get into the water for about 10 minutes, and I’m going to get my camera on the bow and then I’m gonna go to town,” Mr Andrews said.

The journey to the South Australian coast is planned for the weekend.

“This is a good idea to make the whole family involved in the adventure,” Mr David O’Deowd said.

His father, Michael has a new hobby.

“Just this year, he got his own video camera,” Mr Dave O’Donovan said.