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  • Personal Narrative: A Trip Worth Remembering

    Trip Worth Remembering? So it was winter break, a time which was supposed to be full of excitement and fun. My family and I went to Colorado. It was the first time I have ever been out of the state too! It was supposed to be an enjoyable experience, but it was absolutely terrible. Everything that could possibly go wrong, went wrong. This trip was different from the ones in the past, which usually meant going to San Antonio or taking the 8-hour-trip to see my grandparents. This time…

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  • Everest View Trek Essay

    The Marvel View or The Everest View Trek Imagine a stunning 360 degree view of world's tallest mountain peak of the world. Here you actually get that privilege! If you've got a sense of adventure, this is the ideal mountaineering tour for you. It’s for those who dream to view Mount Everest and be part of the the Sherpa culture. During this Everest view trek you pass through the Everest national park and pine forest, where Rhododendron flowers glow and you find diversity in wildlife. Spend a few…

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  • The Deep Movie Analysis

    two years ago. Right after the latter, he made an incursion into the action-crime fictional genre with the uninvolving “Two Guns”, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. “Everest”, an account of the tragedy occurred in the famous Nepalese mountain in the spring of 1996, also presents a strong cast, including Jason Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Keira Knightley, Robin Wright, and Emily Watson. Screenwriters William Nicholson and Simon Beaufoy try to assemble the…

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  • Climbing Mount Everest

    to witness the wonderful views and icy scenery. But, do they really? Are the views of the mountain breathtaking or garbage filled? To some climbers the scenery doesn’t matter, it just getting to the top that counts, but what about the mountain itself? As snow should always be white, it may not always be if more and more trash and waste continuously gets piled on the mountain there may not even be a mountain or we may be left with a small hill at that. So, how exactly are climbers having a…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Eagle Creek Trail

    What's the difference between a walk and a hike? You always remember your first hike. The sights, the smells and the exhilaration of reaching the top of the butte, falls or reaching the end of a trail. No one could forget their first time, not in a million years. The same was true for me. The genuine thrill and excitement I had felt, the absolute feeling of nirvana deep in my bones I felt upon reaching the end of Eagle Creek Trail was something I could, and would never forget. Before my…

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  • The Great Pyrenees Mountains

    perfect answer, just head over to The Great Pyrenees mountains. These mountains border the northern part of Spain and the southern part of France and rides up all the way to Switzerland. Alongside these mountain ranges are many castles, villages and the infamous Pyrenees dogs. It’s all there! This is an amazing adventure for anyone! There are many sights to see, but one of the glorious sights to see is the Great Pyrenees mountain ranges. The mountains have different shapes altogether. They…

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  • John Tracy Kidder

    won a Pulitzer prize and a National Book award; House (1985); Among Schoolchildren (1989), which was described by the New York Book Times Review as “full of the author’s genuine love, delight and celebration of the human condition.”; and Mountains Beyond Mountains (2003), which will be the main focus of this essay. Kidder graduated from Phillips Academy Preparatory School in 1963, Harvard University in 1967 with a BA in English, after an encounter in a creative writing course taught by Robert…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Trip To Colorado

    wind had died down and their spirits were renewed. Even three hours away, the mountain range was still astonishing. It was if the mountains had a mystery, just waiting to be discovered. As the miles counted down, they found themselves deeper and deeper in the Rocky Mountains. The mountains were majestic. Towering mounds of earth with a fresh blanket of snow. Evergreen trees lined halfway up the face of the mountains, as if their only purpose was to accent the wonder. It was extremely hard…

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  • Dominican Family Vacation

    decided to stay in this beautiful mountain called “Lomas Linda.” Lomas Linda is known for its unique mountains, diversity in mountain and flowers. While we were in the mountains I felt the cool wind. We went on long drives that led us to a natural river, and we went to one of the biggest orchid collections in the world. The Dominican Republic is known for having beautiful mountains. My family and I decided to make our trip unforgettable by going to the mountains. When we arrived I can just feel…

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  • How The Appalachian Mountains Affected History

    The Appalachian Trail is a mountain range near the east coast of the United States. It lies partly in Canada, and is an impressive 300 miles wide, and 1,500 miles long. The individual mountains have an average height of about 3,000 feet. The tallest mountain on the trail is Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina, standing at a staggering 6,684 feet. The Appalachian Mountains have impacted history in lots of very important ways. The Appalachian Trail have always been important to people and animals in…

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