Evolution Of Adventure : My Generation Has Grown Up With Technology

1079 Words Dec 9th, 2016 5 Pages
Evolution of Adventure My generation has grown up with technology. Technology changes the way we look at things. I have personally always loved adventure. When writing as a child, an adventure meant running as far as I could into the woods before dinner time. Now an adventure can be as simple as googling a location I wish to visit and taking a virtual tour. As technology has advanced my ideas toward adventure have also evolved. The way I write about adventure has evolved. Adventure is still fascinating to me but it no longer has personality and emotion. Pathos becomes lost. The smell of fresh air and long car rides. Adventure can be as simple as exploring new music, eating takeout Chinese food, and pretending I am sitting on the great wall of China. I can now write as if I have lived my whole live in a place I have never even been to, thanks to technology. I fell in love with adventure as a child and read stories of boys and girls my age going new places and I wanted to be just like them. I read the Magic Tree House and felt as if I was right there. I also watched the Magic School Bus. It was an amazing; watching how incredibly detailed they described it. The magic school bus explored all kinds of places including inside the human body! Then I started reading books like “The Hobbit” and “The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin”. The Hobbit explored magic and and conquering where as “The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin” took on an element from the past. The story told of Huck…

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