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    and go to Alaska to find himself, and as result happiness, was a choice that made little sense to others. This decision to…

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    maybe not a lot of money from either. Wildlife is being murdered by the destroying of their habitats and their homes. The Wildlife will not be able to reproduce, if their resources are being taken away from them. “8.9 million- Arce Arctic Wildlife Range to preserve its unique wildlife, wilderness and recreational values.” If, we continue taking away the animals homes many will become extinct. However, there are positive things comes from building, their plant and there are many negatives that…

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    (unlike Waterman) and didn’t go into the wild assuming that someone would save him if things gone wrong (unlike McCunn). He further goes to explain that if he was indeed incompetent, there would’ve been no way that he could’ve survived the 113 days in Alaska…

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    had no idea what he was in for. Paulson explains how he was definitely not ready for what laid ahead, “I had at most run a dog team 150 or so miles over a four-day period, wandering happily, slowly, stopping to camp. I knew nothing of Alaska, crossing mountain ranges, running…

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    the idea of going out on this adventure to find himself was a good idea because everyone needs to find their meaning of life. Everyone should try and live life trying to find the meaning to it. This is what McCandless did when taking the trip to Alaska. As it says in the book, “ Into the Wild”, “It is the experiences, the memories, the great triumphant joy of living to the fullest extent in which real meaning is found.”(Krakauer, Chp 4) This is what Chris McCandless believed the meaning of life…

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    that could happen to parents who outlived their children might be seeing things that may remind them of their late children. A child’s death is especially traumatic because it is often unexpected. Therefore, the emotional strike can lead to a wide range of psychological and physiological problems such as depression, anxiety or even worse, long term diseases like PTSD. These symptoms have so many negative impacts on parents’ physical and mental health. The parents had already been sorrowful and…

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    different writing styles have written about the wilderness and its many unknowns. One of the authors, Jon Krakauer, is the writer of the article, Death of an Innocent, which is a non-fictional piece about an adventurous boy who met his doom in the Bush of Alaska. The other author is Peter Stark, the writer of Thirst, a story about an abandoned man in the Sahara desert stricken with dehydration. Although they both wrote about the outdoors, their writing style is what made them so different. Two…

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    Fir Forests Lindsay Liddell FES 342 Professor Matthew Powers MWF 10-11am Due: 10/19/15 Marys Peak is a mountain in Benton County, Oregon. At the top of the peak, on a clear day, one can see the cities of the Willamette Valley, the Cascade Range, and the Pacific Ocean. It is known for its meadows of wildflowers in spring and its fir forests uniquely populated with noble firs (Abies procera). Little data is available regarding the trees age, but there is clear variance in age, the oldest…

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    because of the way his lifestyle was with his parents. He always wanted to travel and go to Alaska. Once his plan set off, he felt fulfilled that he could finally travel alone like he wanted to with no stress on his shoulder. He was very relieved to be on his own, and he was becoming very happy with nature. Even though Chris had some rough experiences out in the wild, in the end he was happy that he made it to Alaska and reached his destination. Morrie showed a lot of personal fulfillment in…

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    The reasons come to AUS First of all, study in American university is the one of my dream, when I were in my home country, I expected to study in American, because I like the teaching methods and teaching system. Finally, this year my dream is come true, I came to ASU this spring semester. I came to ASU have many reasons. Primarily, the school gives me offer in May. Time back to last year, I still studying in Seattle. After the English program in Seattle, I have been looking for universities…

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