My family and I got on a boat along with another family including a little girl, boy, their parents, and grandparents. We went along an island with a famous person’s home. The famous person’s house was pink and kind of small. Then, we went to a small beach and got off of the boat and hiked up a mountain. Once we got to the top of the mountain there was a rock pile and there was the divider of the two island so it was like we were on two island at once.
Being very fortunate to travel, my wife and I decided to traveo to Hawaii. It was our first trip to that paradisaical place. The experience was fabulous from the very beginning. We flew to the island, and before the plane could land, we were amazed at beautiful blue and clarity of the sea. As we reached towards the beach we were able to see the bottom of the ocean.
As we pull up to the parking area at the start of the trails, I knew that our excitement during the long drive was worth it. I had planned this trip for months. Toiled over the minor details; the food, shelter, entertainment, parking pass, you name it. This was something I had wanted to do since I was just a little kid and now that I was here, it felt surreal. The sound of nature all around us, no signs of man besides our canoe and gear for as far as I could see.
There so many to choose from, including, biking down a volcano, participating in a Luau, taking a snorkeling boat ride, and off-roading. Taking a bike ride down a volcano was one of the best experiences I have ever had. Even though I had to get up and leave at one in the morning it was worth it. I got to see the sunrise from 10,000 feet above sea level, and got to ride down the volcano. The sunrise was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.
There was a hole in the bottom of the bridge, and he would climb down onto the cement support and fish for trout. He lived in some of the most amazing places ever! But he moved to flat old Michigan, and he stayed here! I understand why. Maine and all the other states may have mountains and tall trees, but none of them are as beautiful as Michigan.
Then we started to make the climb. Up mountains, through the passes, constantly surrounded by trees or a cliff that gave a wonderful view of the mountain next to us. We were so close to the snow of Lake Tahoe. We had been to Tahoe before, but this was a new cabin for us. We were all excited to see the cabin, but more importantly, looking forward to searching for sledding hills the next day.
The road that the cars and people are traveling on is surrounded by trees on both sides. There are also a few light poles near the road, along with telephone poles near the trees. There is a fence in front of two buildings with something leaning against it. In front of the building there is a place for a sign. One of the buildings has a door open.
When you are camping for a week or more you get to spend all of your time with your favorite people. You see them from sunrise to sunset. No school. No work, usually. There are not much responsibilities, other than washing the dishes, cleaning after a meal, cleaning the camper, and so on but, those chores that are needed to get done then the time doing them is quicker since almost everybody pitches in to help.
It was the largest hurricane ever to happen anywhere. The whole island washed away. Some came back when the hurricane cleared, but not many. Since then, not a hurricane has happened, and it’s believed the reason for it is because the people that came back here had hope. That’s where hurricane island received its