Personal Narrative: My Most Boring Places In The United States

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Personal Narrative I was born and raised in Chesapeake, Virginia and have lived there all my life. If you don't know much about Chesapeake all you need to know is that it's one of the most boring places in the country. It’s the equivalent of a giant neighborhood where everyone does the same routine day in and day out. I’ve always hated Chesapeake, so whenever me and my family took some sort of trip it was a good break away from the grey skies and constant boredom. We always took trips to some resort in the mountains in western North Carolina. These places offer some of the most beautiful scenic landscapes in America, and I loved it. Driving through the seemingly endless, curving mountain roads to some obscure waterfall that looked like something you would find straight off a National Geographic cover. These trips helped made me who I am today by changing my view on nature, de-stressing me,and allowing me to become closer to my family …show more content…
The whole area has a pristine beauty that can be enjoyed by anyone. The first time I saw the view from Mount Mitchell, The tallest peak east of the Mississippi, my jaw dropped. I looked out around the mountain you realize that the world is huge and the small things we stress about everyday aren't actually that important in the scheme of things. It was truly a life changing moment. It also made me realize that nature is a precious thing and should be preserved at all costs. These national parks are some of the most resource rich areas in the country and should be preserved so future generations can have the same life changing moments of clarity. Walking through the forests on a hike and listening to the birds chirp and the breeze rustle through the

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