Woodstock Festival 1969 Woodstock is a rock and roll festival done in 1969 for 3 days in a raw from August 15 till August 18. It is a onetime festival done by 4 young men that was recorded as a big festival in history. The oldest between the four man at that time was 27 years old. This festival was described as a " Three day of Peace and Music". the festival involved lots of sex, drugs, rock and roll and lots of mud.
The part of Woodstock most people know is the that a lot of people attended. Few know that the organizers of wood stock, John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, Artie Kornfeld, and Mike Lang didn't even planned on three quarters of the total number to show up. The original venue was in a industrial park at wallkill, New York. Tickets prices were typically between 7-18$ this caused an
I signed up for the trip with my partner Reid and his best friend Lucky. By the time the trip actually came around six months later, Reid and I had broken up and hated each other. My teacher was ecstatic to tell Reid and I that we were sharing a room together; notably, she never knew about any quarrels. I had to drive myself to the airport the morning of my plane ride to Orlando, Florida. I had my permit and my mom was in the car with me, she made me drive that day because she was hallucinating.
"The Star-Spangled Banner" has made its way into tradition since the 1900's for the National sports to play before a game begins honoring our country and the people who have served it. Therefore when the quarterback of the 49ers, Colin Kaepernick did not stand when the song was played people wondered why and some support him while others were against him. "I cannot stand and sing the anthem. I cannot salute the flag. I know I am a black man in a white world," wrote Jackie Robinson in his autobiography.
It took nearly two hours to push him in the wheelchair down the trail to our fishing spot. Once we finally arrived there the fishing was amazing. We had so much fun we lost track of time. When we decided to head back to the truck twilight was upon us. I tried hard to not let my husband know that I had been extremely scared while walking back in the dark but nevertheless, he could sense the fear in my voice as we discussed the consequences of not keeping up with the time.
Then, with a giant grin on his face, daddy asked me the question that I will never ever forget: “Do you want to go on that ride?” “Ummmm.. sure why not?” I replied with a worried tone. “Come on it will be fun! You have to try it.” So he arranged with my mother to split up for a while so we could go together. Waiting in line, I was not really worried at the time, but then I remembered that those same words got me multiple bruises on my legs, so I quickly distracted myself. Also when we were in line waiting for the next car, it occurred to me that I had the chance to quit and I could just say that I didn't want to go, but me being me, I didn't
It took about two hours of drive to reach there. As we were near their place we put on really protective stuffs like hat, goggles, hand covers and mouth cover. It was like we were going into some mission or in really bad world. As we reached there we were stunned and mouth opened to see the panorama of entire place. Beginning from roads, to their huts everything was not only dirty but was quite hurting.
I was ready to make the two and a half mile walk to my favorite place in the whole world. As we entered the forest, the ground turned from grass to gravel, and the moonlight barely leaked through the dense trees. At first, I tripped over all the rocks and branches in my path and jumped every time a piece of grass brushed against my leg. But I eventually started getting used to the dark and tripped less. I became more
I full of excitement (Absolute), got to packing as soon as I found out. We got there by driving I believe my parents realized their mistake at about hour two because of hearing "are we almost there" every couple of minutes. We left at night so that we could sleep most of the ride, but I couldn’t, I was so excited. When we finally got there, it was amazing and all I had seen was the hotel room. We stayed in the resort so that things were more continent.
The roads were uneven and irregular but we sprung on, hoping to get some speed up for a real thrill. Abruptly the road dipped and we were forced to slow down to make sure we didn’t crash. Darkness loomed as we manoeuvred into a low ceilinged cave, but our path was soon lit as fire blazed from the sides. As the most elating ride of my life came to a close; I realised the night was going to be phenomenal! Next we headed through the trees to the zip lines.