My trip to South Dakota was the most memorable vacation I have been on because of the many marvels the landscape had to offer. I fondly remember diving into history and learning about the historic sites, marveling at the vastness of the Black Hills and Badlands, and gawking in amazement at the beauty and mystery of the caves. e. Preview: My trip encompassed many of the famous sites that South Dakota has to offer. Visiting Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Badlands, the Black Hills, Jewel Cave, Wind Cave and Homestake Mine.
Grace and I were breathing in her sweater and rolled all the windows down and the top roof window. Anyway…. We got the gas, life vest, the cooler, and most important thing of all the ………... FOOD. When we got everything from the car to take to the boat there was a surprise for us.
My family and I were on our way to Mille Lacs Lake, a very great walleye fishery. It was going to be perfect, a small breeze 70 and sunny a perfect day for fishing. Little did we know it was going to be rough. Beep, Beep, Beep, it was seven o'clock AM it was time to get up for fishing.
Mackinac Island. Never thought I would be here, but I was, FOR REAL! We got off the boat and waited for our bikes to come out of the boat. We got our bikes and started our route around the island. We rode about half a mile, when my cousin Andie said she had to go to the bathroom.
The feel of sand reminds me of ludington michigan. Although it might rained every time I went there it was one of my favorite camping trips ever. ludington was a beautiful place to camp, r.v., and visit. It was one of those places where you wish you could stay longer after every day. One day my family decided to camping for a couple of days, because we had nothing to do for that week.
My husband, when he knew I would be ok, told me to open my eyes. We were still at a considerable height but I felt safe once again. My whole body went limp and all my adrenaline gushed out and I felt amazing! I was able to enjoy these last few moments of the Sky Coaster.
The Keys never disappoints as the water was crystal clear and looked like a scene out of a movie. We spent the whole day fishing as a family and got to see many different fish of all shapes in sizes. An experience like that truly makes you appreciate the wildlife that roams this earth. The next memorable part of the trip involved us going snorkeling and checking out the reefs.
When it was my turn, I hesitated to jump but I finally did. When I was in the air, I felt like I was flying as free as a bird. I held the two ropes tightly with my hands, but I liked the wind in my face. When I had to land on next tower, it was a bit worrying, but I landed safely.
Two weeks before going to a Boy Scout camp, Camp Emerald Bay, in July of 2016 I had to complete the PADI prerequisites to be able to acquire my PADI scuba diver certificate. After flying down to California with my troop and my longtime friend, Brendan, we got to Camp Emerald Bay on Catalina Island. I have never really been that big into boy scouts I’ve only stayed with it for so long to obtain my Eagle Scout but I’ve always loved going to the summer camps every year. This year I was especially excited because it would be first time going scuba diving, also this wasn’t a normal boy scout camp for me as I didn’t have to stay in the same cabin as my troop which was really a blessing for me.
It was probably not very smart, but we went out in big waves paddle boarding. We got tossed and turned around multiple times and it was actually quite fun having the waves coming under us and trying to stay on. We were in the water more than on the board. I wanted to go out farther, but Katelyn was to scared to because of sharks. The whole beach got kick out of us paddle
In the woods, we explored deer trails that made their way to the very back to a beautiful creek that ran through the thicket. There were small waterfalls flowing down and a water hole we would jump in for fun. The only downside were the