I get up and ease down the mountain, going slowly at first, then faster. I fall one or two times and skate to the middle of the ski run, so I do not crash into any trees. As I reach the middle of the mountain, I start to see the jumps, some big, some small. I see someone land funny, and slide down to a ledge, losing his equipment on the way. What if I have the same fate as he does?
I was finally going to experience true Rocky Mountain snowboarding! I boarded the gondola’s main cabin and immediately took up a position at a large window facing the mountain side. The gondola’s engine purred softly as it pulled out of the mountain base station and began the steep incline to the peak of the mountain. Looking out of the window, I was filled with delight. I could see the whole mountain in all its beauty.
I know that it could of been one of the kids from inside that house but in the book it says “Jonas found the sled waiting for them on the top of the hill. Numbly his hands fumbled for the rope.” So it says that the sled isnt even coverd in snow from a strom that says can block his vision. Even so if it was one of the childrens from insied why didnt he ride the sled to the house and run down this hill? But that isnt even the biggining of it cuase I think Jonas didnt even make up the hill in the first place. Let me explain in the book Jonas pasifictly said “He was not warmer; if anything he felt more cold.” and things like “He was not less exhausted; on the contrary, his steps were leaden, and he
The Ice Skating Rink My mom call me from her computer and said ,“Do you want to go to the Ice Skating Rink?” I screamed “YES!” I raced down the hall, I almost fell. When I got to the living room I was already jumping up and down. My mom said to “Slow down.” And I knew what that meant so that is why I stopped; “Get dressed IF you want to go.” she said “ Of course I want to go, But I don’t know what to where?” I said. We Arrive “I can’t wait!” I said. I was shivering with excitement.
Once, I was a little snowflake on top of a mountain. Life was good on Aspen Mountain with the exception of being trampled by skiers. Until one day when a skier wipes out on top of me. As he was falling, Me and my brothers were swept into the man's jacket. Most of my brothers tumbled out as the man stumbled for his Ski poles but I was stuck.
They finally give in and give up some of their clothes for him. As he begins to ride, the snowmobile starts to sink, and Pete is trapped under it. As fast as he can, Scotty runs to make snowshoes. He hobbled out into the snow, but it is too late. Scotty can't do anything.
Being a large and strong man, not appreciative of the Yukon, he ignores the obvious significance of the freezing temperatures of his journey. The chechaquo underestimates his frail, warm body in the great arctic north of subfreezing temperatures. He knows it is cold, but he is blinded by his arrogance of the extreme climate. Being too confident in his abilities to conquer the Yukon as the toughest man of them all in the harsh tundra, his plan is to make a grand fortune from gold mining. As the man hears sharp crackles in the air, he realizes his spit is turning into frozen ice sickles before hitting the snow.
The Last Battle During the winter months, many children entertain themselves by building a snowman, playing in the snow, sledding, or maybe having a snowball fight with an older sibling. Like other eight year old kids, I loved going outside as soon as we received winter blizzard … but my idea of entertainment was drastically different than the average child. Instead of playing in the snow, I preferred battling the Bobcats - and the battle that I lost will be scarred on my face forever. The Bobcats I would “battle” were not the animal - I was not that dumb. Growing up with my dad owning a small business called Kasella Concrete, we had machines that were basically a version of a forklift, called a Bobcat.