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  • Essay On Cross Country Driving

    What is driving cross country? Is it fun? How do I do it? To basically answer all these questions, cross country driving is when you and preferably someone else goes from one destination to another in a car. But the trip there is the memorable part of the experience. In this paper I will be talking about cross country driving and giving you tips on how to do it, how to have a good time, and how to make it memorable. When driving cross country it is all about the experiences you have during the…

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  • Narrative Essay On Snowboarding

    fast and had a blast. I felt that learning to snowboard was a goal that I had finally achieved and I couldn’t be happier. We left Friday night on March 11, we drove all night and arrived mid-day on Saturday. We spent Saturday getting fitted for our skis and snowboards, going to eat, and resting to get ready for our first day on the slopes. Early Sunday morning we all split up and the people in the group skiing or snowboarding for the first time went to our lessons while the others just headed…

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  • Personal Narrative: Water Skiing

    I could not hold onto the fact that I was actually going to learn to water ski. I was hoping to learn earlier but it was okay because the time was now and I didn’t want to say anything because all I wanted to do was water ski. My Mom was the one who announced it at breakfast that I might get to learn. So sure enough two hours after breakfast I got the call from my mom to go over to the pier and get my skis on. Then once I was suited up I hopped into the water and my grandpa quickly, casually…

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  • Personal Narrative: Growing Up In Vail

    have become so attached to my activities and lifestyle in Vail, I can’t imagine growing up anywhere else. The beautiful mountains that surround me have shaped me into who I am. I am so fortunate to have grown up in the mountains with ski racing as a big part of my life. Ski racing has crafted my friendships, continues to motivate me in every aspect of my life, and has given me the opportunity to immerse myself in other cultures through travel. I’ve been able to grow up with…

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  • Personal Narrative: Dancing In The Snow

    I was dancing in the snow. Frosty and Olaf were playing tag. Santa was playing fetch with Rudolph, and the other reindeer were getting jealous. They plotted to kill Rudolph. I noticed this and decided to try to stop them. When they were about to launch their attack, I ran behind them and using the Sword of Gryffindor, I slayed them all. Then I woke up. “Oh look, it’s snowing outside.” My mother and I made the trek towards the lake, all bundled up and ready to slide down a hill on a long…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Race

    Have you ever broke your arm? It was just me, my family, and my friends. I was with my friend Colby. We were by my friends house. It was winter and there was a lot of snow on the ground. It was very sunny about 50 degrees outside. We were riding snowmobiles. I was in about second grade. We were having a fun day. I decided me and Colby should race. I asked him and he said it would be fun. So we hopped on our snowmobiles and took off. We got to the spot where we were going to race. It was a…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Art Of Snowboarding

    I'm not normally a fan of the cold or winter weather. Shivering is painful; no matter how many layers I put on, frigid air has a way of seeping into my bones. One day I hope to be somewhere warm year-round, where my pale skin can get a taste of hot sunshine everyday. But if this dream ever comes true, I might just vacation in the snow. Every now and then cold can be good. The one thing that would possess me to subject myself to the bitter air is the rejuvenating activity of snowboarding.…

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  • Personal Narrative: The First Day Of Skiing

    When I was nine years old my parents finally told me that I could go skiing with them on their annual skiing trip that they do every February. Although they commonly go in February, they decided to also take me and my brother in December and said that we would still go in February. When the day arrived, we loaded our car up and left our house and started to head to Breckenridge, Colorado. About ten minutes after we left, my mom goes “Oh Crap”. My dad asks what and then she told him that we left…

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  • Personal Narrative: Snowboarding

    Snowboarding Imagine walking outside in the winter time feeling a cold breeze come across your face when you come in contact with the crisp fresh air. As I step out of the ski lodge into the cold air, I get a spectacular view of the snow capped mountain. The snow sinks in as I step, it’s almost like walking on a cloud. I begin to get anxious as I walk down the icy slope to begin my first ever snowboarding lesson. When I get to the lesson area all the anxiousness and fear leaves my body and it…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Colorado

    of the trip, as important as the college visit was, was to go to Breckenridge Resort and spend the weekend snowboarding. A couple of my dad's friends were also going and we were going to share their timeshare. Breck is one of the largest and highest Ski Resorts in both America and the world and we were prepared to have the trip of a lifetime. Because of the elevation a small…

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