Biology CDP1 Task 2 Ecosystem: Bear Lake Utah watershed Geographic location of Bear Lake: Bear Lake is located on the border in the North east corner of Utah, and the south east corner of Idaho. People have been coming to bear lake from the earliest times in America. Mountain men held rendezvous there and Indians dwelt near the lake in the warmer months. Bear Lake is a natural lake, and the northern swampy grassland area is a refuge for all kinds of birds. The lake is about 20 miles long and 8 miles wide.
The main reason for going however would have to be for enjoying the beauty of the environment. From the beautiful centerpiece of the park, called Bethesda Terrace, to the more rustic charm of the North Woods, Central Park changes from festive fountains to pastoral retreat all in the space of a few city blocks. There is also a fully functional National Weather Station located at striking Belvedere Castle, an outdoor performance venue at the Delacorte Theatre, two skating rinks, and a public swimming pool. An absolute must do activity for me however, would be a boat ride around the lake followed by a fantastic meal at the Loeb Boathouse restaurant, located conveniently on the lake. The boat ride ensures privacy and the beauty of the surrounding scenery on the lake.
Reflection Paper Tamara Colwell GEOG 200 D-Term Fall 2012 Liberty University When walking through a local park in my area, a person can see why this area was chosen as a family park. The name of the park is Black creek Park. This park has many attractions that would draw a family to it. There are many trees in the park that can create much needed shade during the summer months. There is a baseball field and playground area in the park.
The elderly and the disabled people can use wilderness trails. Specifically, many trails in our state’s undefended wilderness areas are flat, wide, and perfect for families with young children, the elderly, or those who desire a less challenging form of wild recreation. As we can see, our families deserve to have a picnic and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine digging in the dirt, side by side with our friends. We can’t
Trout Lake is located near the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, surrounded by massive white birch and maple tress, beautiful meadows, and crystal clear water, so clear you can almost see the bottom. It was a place to get away from everyday life, for the weekend or just for a week or two. Trout Lake holds a special place in my heart and I have some really fond memories of spending time there. It's a place where memories are made, like the first time I learned how to swim, the family BBQ'S, sitting around the campfire roasting hotdogs and marshmallow's for s'mores, and holidays, especially the Fourth of July. Spending time at Trout Lake changed my perspective on what the "word" family means.
One boy named Marco who fits to be an extrovert person was singing, “Baby” from Justin Beiber and another student named Alexa who looked like an outgoing person was dancing to the rhythm of the song; 2 girls named Cassey and Chloe who looked sensitive were annoyed with the song and asked Marco to stop but he kept on singing. Towards the back of the room, 4 boys named Fernando, Luis, John and Philip who looked like active athletes were talking about the game they played outside the field. Everyone else had their own little conversation with one another. As I’ve sat down at the back left corner of the classroom, I noticed a well organized classroom. The physical arrangement of the classroom was very common to what I had experienced throughout my education.
Cameron held the book up so the children could see the colored pictures, and he did well with the different voices of the little girl and the dragon. The children were around 2 to 5 years old. There was a 2-year-old boy who would point to the dragon and growl, the other children sat and listened until the story ended. The children all left with smiles and balloons. The second storytime presentation I attended was at the Taft Branch Library.
As his sister lacks the strength to imitate his play, he laughed and threw a few sarcastic remarks at her. However, the boy proceeds to guide his sister and supported her as she attempts to hold on to the handles again. He mentored his sister in a strict yet dependable manner of an older brother. Feeling proud of his skills he made a few demonstrations for his sister to follow. While he was enjoying himself taking the train as an impromptu playground, an elderly woman approached.
One whole paragraph is dedicated to the purpose of explaining how the rugged green “river” flowed from his front porch step all the way through the other side of the country (Pollan l. 29). By describing Pollan’s weed purged lawn is ubiquitous, he also achieves in letting the reader know what a great effect his untouched front yard has on the society.
Students can cheat on exams using their phones. Teenagers who constantly have their cell phones with them during class have become adept at using their cell phones without getting caught by the teacher. Any student can text answers to a friend. If the teacher happened to ask what a student was doing, he could say he was texting his mom and the teacher would never know the student was cheating. Students can look up answers on internet browsers.