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    time is up! I am at the base of Winding Stair Gap, a steep hike up a winding trail 6.2 miles up at an elevation of 1,500 ft. Fear is now in the middle of my throat. What have I done? I questioned myself mentally. Oh Lord Jesus, I cannot do this, what was I thinking, I prayed. The Fast My story actually begins a couple of months prior to this date. I decided to go on a little field trip to Savannah one Friday afternoon. I wanted a new book to read. I decided to go to a Lifeway Christian bookstore. I did not know what kind of book I wanted, I just knew I was…

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    Logan is John and Traca’s sixteen-year-old son. He is “an honor student, a top-ranked cross-country runner, an artist; a solitary figure in many ways” and was generally happy (Marshall 10). Before the trip he lacked confidence and wasn’t a big risk taker, that definitely all changed after their journey. Logan managed to gain the confidence he needed and even learned a few tips along the way on how to be a better runner, which landed him in third place in the state after they arrived home from…

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    Jennifer Vo Thelma and Louise is a story about two women who decide to go on a trip, but it does not go as planned. The premise is a classic adventure story about friends who plan a great adventure; however, they hit bumps in the road, but the problems they endure help them define themselves. In the three act breakdown, act I is the planning of the trip to taking off on the trip, act II is the runaway from all their troubles, which leads to act III Thelma and Louise tries to escape and their…

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    Planning A Vacation Essay

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    Planning A Vacation Planning a vacation can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Vacation is supposed to be a fun time when the stress of everyday life can be forgotten. If certain steps and guidelines are followed, planning a vacation can be as fun as going on one. When planning a vacation the first step is deciding where to go. For people who like to relax, a tropical island with a beach might be appealing. However people who like action might like somewhere with an abundance of…

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    confident. She barely over 5’ and had just gotten back in shape. She was also not satisfied of her new short haircut (Nye pg.3). There is also a bit of comparison to her beautiful friend, Alice. Being married and a mother of two daughters, Elizabeth and Victoria, her “edge” seemed to be gone (Nye pg.3). She makes money off of being a columnist for a local newspaper. She says the job suits her and she has the ability to work from home. Vivianne strongly wants to go on the Maui trip, however there…

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    Abolish Air Travel

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    Far and Away: Why You Should Consider Allowing My Brother and I to Travel to Iceland Recently, we have discussed the possibility of me taking my brother on a trip to Iceland. I realize that, like most parents, you are skeptical of the idea of us traveling away to an unknown country by ourselves. I can understand your displeasure with the idea of your two oldest sons leaving into what you may perceive as a dangerous endeavor half way around the world. However, now that we are both coming into…

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    Essay 1 Rough draft To begin I was offered to go on a roadtrip with my friend Luke and his dad Tim, also he invited our friend kenny. When he invited me I got really excited because I’ve always imagined how exciting it would be to go to Yosemite. Plus we would get to go backpacking. Now I’ve never really gone camping like in a tent or anything like that, but I figured it would be a lot of fun. Just Getting the opportunity to go out and experience the world away from my home and have a lot of fun…

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    If you were to look in my room you’ll probably see a mess clothes all over the floor, papers on my bed, and tennis balls on my desk, you could say that I’m not the most organized person in the world. But upon looking at all that mess, there is a picture hanging on just one nail, collecting dust as if it was some kind of ancient artifact. As I look at it every morning before heading off to school I am instantly reminded of a trip that I now use to define who I am: commitment, compassion, and…

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    It taught me teamwork and perseverance. What I learned about teamwork with others is that it requires much patience. It is hard to have to steer a canoe knowing that the partner in the front must paddle just as hard to keep the canoe moving. Therefore, I had to be patient and work with Amanda to make sure the canoe did not turn around or flip over. I also learned that I need to keep pushing through in life to have a good outcome. If I were to have given up half way through the trip, I would not…

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    My Midterm Experience

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    However, considering the low participation of my school experience, I applied for the guide of my university and I only show people the routes from David Center to Student Life Center, which I was so familiar that I can finished this “trip” via closing my eyes. During this event, I met a second-year biology and science student, B, who came from Indian. He told me that is the 10 + time to do volunteering in university and he was interested in it, by the way, he attended the previous one as well.…

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