We left Pocatello and drove to Salt Lake to stay at my aunt 's house to stay over night. We woke up at about 4:30am and left around 6:30. My mom put on GPS and it said “7 hours and 58 minutes left to Vegas”. I tried to sleep, but when i woke up it felt like i was asleep for 21/2 hours, but when i looked at my moms phone it had only been 20 minutes. Anyways, we got to cedar city and stopped at taco bell and sat in the car and ate it for about 15 minutes.
It felt like forever since the last snowboarding season. We all quickly cleaned up breakfast and started to locate all of our gear that was stuffed away in storage from last season. Nate, Charles and I all loaded our boards, boots, helmets and gloves into the back of my pick-up truck, and off we went to Cypress Mountain Ski Resort, in
What better place to build a hotel for everyone to enjoy the fresh mountain air than Estes Park, Colorado. This story tells the time I visited this beautiful, mysterious, haunted hotel. Last year my family and I, consisting of my little brother, mother and father, took a vacation trip to Estes Park, Colorado to get away from dirty and flat black-void of Kansas. It was along seven hour drive but when we got there I was ready to get out of the car.
I came to school Wednesday Morning at 7:30 with my bags to go to State Convention. We left the school that morning and was trying to fit everyone 's duffel bags in the seats on the bus. After we all got seat aided we left and headed to Columbia Missouri but we made a couple stops before arriving at the hotel for State Convention. Everyone we out for breakfast at Cracker Barrel then after we got done eating breakfast we went out to the Science Center. After we all had a
The trip there was around 14 hours, stopping at a hotel on the way down. Finally The long ride was over. We saw the sign “Welcome to Tennessee” it stated, We have finally arrived. We left early, When we arrived at our log cabin in the Mountains of Gatlinburg, We unpacked, got settled, ect. It was around noonish, we went into the city.
Thursday: I woke up that morning, packed my bags, and my dad and I headed out. We left at 5 a.m. on our way to Mississippi. It was like any other road trip, long, tiring, and dreadful. The 13 hour car ride consisted of stopping to eat a couple times and a numerous amount of stops at rest areas to use the restroom and stretch. We pulled into the driveway of my aunts’ house and quietly snuck up to the door.
I kinda rushed eating my food to go swimming which wasn't a good idea. After I got done eating I went to the changing room and changed into my shorts. Me and a few of our family members went to go swim. The sand was very hot for my feet, The sand was hot melting lava beneath my feet. The wind was hitting my face.
It was like an alarm went off, everyone was up and getting ready. We annihilated the continental breakfast as fast as we could and stumbled into the bus drowsily. Almost the instant we sat down the bus was heading toward the Mall of America, our anticipated destination. Hours jumped by and we had a blast. It was very late and none of us wanted to leave, but in the morning we would have to participate in dreaded charity.
My Mom told me I was pointing my arms toward her the moment we were leaving the hospital after my birth as a sign of love or asking for a hug. Unfortunately, I can’t confirm it since my memory probably wasn’t yet activated. However, I remember very well when my father took me to the Disney World in Orlando, FL. When I was 9 years old. And can’t forget my non-stop driving from Phoenix, AZ to Houston, TX for straight 18-hour long!
I can still remember how excited I was when waiting for departure in the Dammam airport. Everyone was wondering what the Philippine would look like and how we were going to build houses. After the pilot made the announcement of taking off, the plane lifted off the runway. We arrived in Manila at night, everybody was so exhausted that we went to bed as soon as we reached our
Tennessee “Are we there yet?” I said that about one hundred times over and over again. We had been in the car for 12 hours now. I can still remember seeing the welcome to Tennessee sign We finally have made it! We had rented a cabin I couldn’t wait to get to the cabin and see my family. The cabin was really big ,a lot bigger than I imagined, my little cousin and I ran in as fast as we could we each only grabbed one of our bags.
I was sad, but then filled with curiosity: They had bags in their hands. They must be staying here. That’s probably the surprise. Once everyone was settled in, I took a hot shower and put on my clothes. After about an hour of people showering, we all piled in a car and pulled off to Six Flags.