The Ohio River's waves are like algae tinted, sparkling mirrors underneath the hot January Sun, twinkling like brightly lit stars on cold winter's night. The slime, green algae covers the Small, sand colored rocks like a wet blanket and is as slippery as an accidental oil spill. The winter air is moist and reeks of sour, wet wildflowers and day old rotting fish while the sound of busy, buzzing flies, hovering above it, blend in with the river's rhythmic wave like melody. The cold, snowy, winter winds, sweeps through the icicle covered tree branches, making them look like skinny arms waving up and down while sending its leaves floating into the freezing waters.
Once we arrived at the pier where the ferris wheel is, we went into the mall on the pier and ate Panda Express. After that we went and got on the boats that go out onto the lake before we chose the boat because it looked like a really fast speedboat. Once we were on the boat we noticed how fast it was once we took off and how cold it was out on the lake. Once we got off the boat we went to the kiosk and noticed our pictures that the photographer on the boat had taken and my hair was crazy because we were going so fast. After we left the kiosk we went and got on the ferris wheel because it was dark.
The images that the words create makes it feel as if you were really there looking at everything actually happening. Such as, “They stretched their beloved lord in his boat, laid out by the mast, amidships. The great ring-giver. Farfetched treasures were piled on him,and precious gear.” This is a great example of imagery.
There are also many high spots and the land and some very low spots that are very wet. The long four wheeling trails through very wet land makes four wheeling very fun and also creates many obstacles on the trail. On this bitter cold night, we decided to go four wheeling. It’s December so the sun sets around four thirty or five.
The ocean were so calm, it barely moving my boat. It was peaceful and relaxing as I enjoyed my morning fishing. I tightly squeezed my eyes as I hooked the last bait and casted the line. I gently placed the rod against the side to catch one more fish before heading home. The boat was showered with warmth and sunshine.
After the time spent with the Phoenicians, Odysseus made his way home as quickly as possible. Traveling in a small boat, that was a gift from King Alcinous, at the fastest speed possible, foregoing all thoughts of adventures and any other side quests that he might do on the way. The waves rocked the tiny craft back and forth, the blue water frothing against the prow. After hours of staring into the distance, a giant wave from the port side caught Odysseus’ attention. He turned the small boat towards the wave to avoid capsizing, after riding the wave for a few minutes, it dissipated and he turned back towards Ithaca and went on his way.
“Now I must find my way to set sail, before my crew leaves without me.” Ulysses ran until he spotted the ship, joyful to see color and not gray. Ulysses climbed the ship, shouting orders. “Raise the mast and anchor, set sail!” Ulysses took the helm steering away from the island, with Athene smiling down at him from the
This confusion was the reason why Ibrahima was allowed back to his homeland. Because of the false letters Marschalk sent to President John Quincy Adams, it changed the results of the elections of 1828. This brought Ibrahima’s departure quicker and assisted him on gaining large publicity to acquire the money needed to free his family from
Down-hill long-boarding is the sport of a longer skate board that is meant to mimic a surf board. Some would say it is “snowboarding the gravel” or “surfing the earth” , I would call it soaring the sky of the road. I start a hill by first seeing the view it gives me, looking at all the beauty of nature, seeing the surrounding peace shall give me peace within. Down the blazing gravel trail is the incline that slithers like a snake trying to throw you off of its back, though it may feel hot to the touch the road is ice cold on the inside, it wont think twice taking a little bit of you with your falls. So knowing gravity, the road and everything else on this earth is against this
We struck them recoiling at death we paddled our boats to the closest shoreline, pulled with all our energy. There, for two evenings, two days, we lay by, no interval, eating our hearts out, twisted with torment and bone-tired. At the point when Dawn with her stunning locks expedited the third day, at that point venturing the poles and raising white sails high, we relaxed at the oarlocks, giving wing and helmsman a chance to keep us valid on
I got on horseback, holding the letter addressed to Mary Rogers tightly in my hand, as I made the horse reach his highest speed. As the hooves pressed against the jagged road, I told myself “today is the day, Samuel”. I hoped finally my mother and sister would deliver a letter back to me. Once I reached my destination, I hopped off the horse and handed my letter to the Postal Rider. “Are there any letters being delivered to Georgia?”
A horrific killer is loose across the land of England. There is nothing to fight it as it continues to rapidly create chaos in a terrible nightmare called life. The killer is a sickening disease in the air that is impossible to contain. 1) It is 1352, in Northern Europe five years since the first symptoms of this illness had been exhibited. It was dormant in my body until when I recently contracted the wildly contagious illness by attempting to take care of my brother.
On December 25th, 1776 George Washington crossed the Delaware River into Trenton. Trenton was where Hessians, German mercenaries, had set up base. Since it was Christmas the Germans did not expect the Americans to attack them, which is what made Washington’s plan so brilliant. Washington had to cross the Delaware river in order to get to Trenton. In the painting Washington Crosses the Delaware the painter, Emanuel Leutze, portrays a better image of the event than the poem Washington “Crosses the Delaware”, written by David Shulman, does.