At first I was dragging my feet because I was resenting going on this trip because I would have to spend an entire week up in the mountains with no electronics or makeup, two things I deeply rely on in my everyday life, surrounded by fifty
When I try new food it taste unpleasant. I’m staying healthy but my Grandmother was catching a cold. I told her to wrap up in some blankets to keep her warm. I also told her to rest a lot and drink lots of water. Me and my Grandmother live in a log cabin we have a little fire inside in our living room.
It would seem that the ideal time is around 7am-9am – any later and you risk not getting a spot in the park. There are three campsites: The Watchman campground which is for reservations only, south campground (where we stayed) which is first come first serve, and Lava Point which is a primitive campsite and closes in October. Fear not if there is no camping available in the park there are several other locations that would be happy to accommodate. The first night we arrived later than we liked but stayed at Zion River Resort in Virgin, UT.
but I guess that's what it takes. Then we had to find the stand which was even harder than driving to the farm because it was so dark and we could not see anything as we were walking to the stand. If we would have never found that stand in time I would have never shot my first deer on October 9th. But we finally found it after searching for about 20 minutes and also arguing with my dad about where I thought it was but as usual he is always right and he located the stand.
Imagine being forced to leave your home and travel about 1,200 miles on foot to a new place. You probably wouldn 't want to leave to go on a dangerous journey for no reason. Many Native Americans were forced to give up land east of the Mississippi River and migrate to preset day Oklahoma. Nearly 125,000 Native Americans lived on millions of acres of land in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, And Florida. President Andrew Jackson had over 20,000 Native Americans removed from their homeland.
This was cruel and unusual punishment. As I grew older I came to understand why my dad would always take family members to the mountains. They don’t have this back home. Experiencing the mountains is not something they can do on a daily.
When introduced with this assignment, I instantly wanted to picked my parents due to them being of an older generation. However, they’re two hours away so instead I begged my significant other, Codey, to be my guinea pig. In order to convert this assignment into a work out adventure together, Codey and I travelled to Mission Peak. This hike incorporated different leg work outs and arm raises with weights. Finally, we ended with various arm stretches while walking back to our vehicle with a debate of who was showering first based on who sweated the most.
It all started, when my family and I decided to go hiking at Pinnacle Mountain. We never would have thought that this astonishing achievement would happen. I remember that day, like it was yesterday, the day I faced my greatest fear. Hours went by waiting for my family to finish packing our bags making sure to grab everything that we might need in case of an emergency. With at least two or three bags fully packed and glutted, we rushed out the door, into the car and off we went.
Today was the day that my dad would take me pheasant hunting. I was so excited I could barely contain myself. I have gone pheasant hunting before, but I had never gotten one before. But I knew that today was going to be the day that I would get my first pheasant. As soon as I woke up, I remembered that I was going to go hunting today.
We were anxiously waiting for the next morning to come and we were so tired from our trip that we almost instantly knocked out and wanted to be rested for the big day ahead of us tomorrow. When we woke up we grabbed breakfast and got dressed and rushed to the mountain to try to be on the first lift up to the top. The breakfast we had was smelling of syrup and it was such a strong scent. When we arrived it was very crowded at the base of the mountain. My cousins and my brother had been before and they took us on the best and hardest run from the beginning.
I’ve already risked my life for this country; now it is someone else’s turn. In conclusion, I am happy to be leaving Valley Forge in one month. I do not want to risk getting sick and dying. I am weary of the starvation, bitter cold, and lack of decent clothing.
While my mom decided to stay behind because of her fear of heights, my dad and I began our last half-mile of the hike that took us forty five long minutes because of the difficulty and precision needed to reach the peak. The last part of the hike was all uphill and seemed to be more bouldering than walking. Hikers who had come before had left cold metal chains in order to help others reach Angels Landing. With my father only a few feet in front of me, I hiked in silence in order to concentrate so that each step I took kept me on the trail and not falling off into the 1488 foot drop that was only inches away from my toes. With every step taken, in my now dust covered hiking boots and my hand grasped forward to reach the metal chains, I propelled myself to the top.
They then have to rely on carb- loaded snacks that they can get for free at the local food pantry. While her husband Jim works long hours, often late into the night spreading pesticides on commercial crop farms, there is never enough money to go around. This has caused them to turn to other means of support. Namely the
Big Foot has made several appearances all over the world and with all of the video evidence and all of the hair samples, all of the foot prints the creature has left somewhere in all of that mix some people are telling the truth. A hiker was on his every morning hike in the mountains and walked upon a footprint that was 18 inches long and 7 inches wide and had a hair sample that matched the hair samples that we had recorded before that. If there has been sightings dated back to the 1800’s why would people be making that up to be on television because, television wasn’t invented until 1927 people wouldn’t have been doing that just to be on television since it wasn’t invented yet, what good would they get out of it there has to be the legend of Big Foot to be true and not a myth. Big Foot has made some people’s lives people have been made famous for the legend and has made millions of dollars from the legend and continue making a living off of him, they have made their lives easier by some creature we don’t even know if it’s true or not. The legend has left plenty of evidence do keep records on Big Foot, and could possibly change the whole basis of research trying
Rheathe could make out the shadows of a farm. "We 'll rest over there in one of those building, a barn or something, Calyona. Just a little ways further, all right?" Pulling her off the road, they start across the field and into the morning.