Walking mountain trails as the sun melts away all winters beautiful work is an amazing journey. The summers are always worth the long wait of winter. During the summer, horse back riding through the woods and down by the river is a relaxing adventure. In the middle of the summer, camping by the river waiting for the fair grounds to open, swimming in the perfectly tempetured water was where I would be all weekend all weekend. The rope swing we attached to the bridge above the river, and
During the drive to our first stop I saw many beautiful sites; mountains, lakes, rivers, forests... the nature was truly amazing! We even saw black tail deer and elk roaming right along side of the road. Our first stop was the city of Aberdeen but we only visited Gray's Harbor for an hour to stretch our legs and see if we could spot any gray whales but we didn't see any. Our next stop was beautiful Ruby Beach in the town of Kalaloch. You have to walk a trail through the forest to get to the beach and we enjoyed it so much!
Another exciting thing that I saw was the huge mountains. The mountains were so beautiful with its tan color and its height was well over 8168 feet. As I was gazing at the mountains I saw a couple of wild black boars drinking for the crystal clear water. After I saw the boars I immediately told my mom about it and she was ecstatic about it because we don’t see wild black boars in Chicago at all. We then went back to our hotel to get some rest for the next day, but I really couldn’t sleep because of what I was hearing outside, which brings me to my next point.
Our environment gave us a source of peace, happiness and relaxation. Unfortunately, exhausts, nuclear radiation and disposal have polluted our beloved Mother Nature. Living with these aggravations causes us stress, anger and chaos; however, our greed for prosperity defeats them all. People go to any lengths for prosperity, even as far as destroying our precious environment. Shinichi Hoshi demonstrates this mania in his short story "He-y, Come on Ou-t!” Upon the discovery of the infinite hole, we are first introduced to man's willingness to sacrifice the Earth's well-being.
The park bench that Miss Brill sits on while at the park every Sunday is a symbol to show the audience the social isolation and loneliness Miss Brill is experiencing in hope to try fid a companion other than her fur to socialize with. The personal pronoun example of her special seat implies that she always sits there every week as it’s a way of Miss Brill having routine in her life, and a social connection with the outside world around her. The adjective ‘special’ is to describe that the seat is owned by Miss Brill and treasured to her very closely. This is because it makes her feel at home being perched on the bench, as it’s a place to go to observe and listen to peoples conversation that she likes to feel apart off. The music is a symbol of the band playing in the park.
We did not make ourselves crazy over trying to over plan the trip. After all, we were just going to be camping for one night. Everything just seemed to fall into place. I hardly slept that Friday night because I felt so anxious about the weekend approaching. However, once we were finally on the road, all that anxiety went away.
Making Memories in the Wilderness There are many things to do outdoors and in the wild or on a lake. One of the greatest outdoor activities is camping. There are also many things to do while camping. A few of my personal favorite things are going fishing, having bonfires and watching the race. These three things alone complete me camping experience every time I go.
The first thing we did when we got there was set up camp and stack a pile of wood which would not seem to end even with three people stacking it. After stacking the wood and Setting up camp the next thing to do was get the fire going which is probably the most important part about camping. Since I had never set up a fire before I decided to volunteer to do it. It was easier than I thought it would be. After everything has been set up, a luxurious white land rover pulls up to us a sweet little Old Italian women and another richly rich woman with two sweet little dogs.
I could see wildlife everywhere. They had a panoramic view of a gorgeous river and their home was completely secluded. I could smell and taste the salty water of the river. Because of this, the family spent quality time with each other, of which I was jealous. I always knew that some people were farmers, but watching them work hard and depend on the land for income overwhelmed me.
Coleridge presented the supernatural world in his poetry while Wordsworth selected subjects from Nature and rural life. In 1799 Wordsworth moved to the Lake District along with his sister Dorothy where he lived thereafter. He was so impressed by the scenery and society of this area that his best poetry is based upon these impressions. The beauty of the land and the hard but free life of the farmers fascinated him. In the Lake District he found Nature with all her physical and spiritual grace.