My Cabin-Personal Narrative Analysis

One fall day, on a cool, crisp morning it was quiet enough to hear an acorn fall from the trees, making a soft plunk plunk sound on a nearby leaf. My family and I journeyed out into the deep muddy woods that was sparkling from the way the sun was hitting the fresh dew. The sun was reflecting off our Ranger just right to make it look a sparkly, vibrant shade of red. We were driving on bumpy, muddy trails to check the trail cameras, which were hanging on the trees with a strap and a bright orange flag. The flag was there to warn us not to drive past or we would be caught on camera. I was sitting in the passenger seat while my dad was driving through every dirty puddle and mud hole that was in our view, with the rest of my family in the remainder …show more content…
Going there brings me a sense of peace that I forget is possible with today’s society and technology. Peacefulness is a feeling everyone is able to experience, though they do not feel it as often as they should. I feel peace at my cabin because it is in the middle of nowhere near Itasca State Park with no telephone service to contact anyone that is not there with me. Just the sight of the cabin gives me peace for the time we are there. Arriving at the cabin is like a weekly yoga class; it gives me a sense of peace when the cabin is in …show more content…
The cabin is my peaceful place because of all the memories my family and I share together up there. It is where I am able to get away from all the traffic noises and the close neighbors . It is the peaceful zone where I get the chance to look at the scenic nature all around me. . The cabin has taught me how to feel more at peace with myself and my surroundings even if the situation does not seem to have a peaceful ending. Many memories at the cabin are adventurous like the memory of me and my family getting stuck in the mud. The adventures that happen at the hunting cabin are always peaceful, and it reminds me of yoga every time I

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