While stopping at campgrounds along the road to Arizona I was able to admire the scenes,explore the town metaphorically speaking. While staying the day at the campgrounds my family and I would go hiking,swimming, out to eat and visit tourist destinations in that area. As my family and I entered Arizona it was eye opening. It was very shocking to see that palm trees actually existed it Arizona. This event was of particular significance because it provided me
Over the Border Every year my family decides what to do for the holidays and where to go. Most of the time I have no say in it because my uncles insist on visiting or they invite us over. It doesn’t help that all of my family lives in Texas, California, and Mexico. This year has been the first time that we have spent Christmas and New Years here at home with just my family in a long time. Last year we took a long trip to Chihuahua, Mexico which is the biggest part/state of Mexico where my mother is from.
The Incredible life of Ben Mikaelsen Ben Mikaelsen is an author that has had his work take him all over the world from mexico to the north pole! Ben Mikaelsen loves the outdoors! He lives near Bozeman, Montana with Connie, his wife. Ben has been writing books since 1984 and has have published some popular books like Touching Spirit Bear, Sparrow Hawk Red, and Rescue Josh McGuire. Ben is an adventure and horseback rides, parachute jumps, motorcycles, sled dog races, flies airplanes (which he owns), scuba dives and raises bears as if they were his own.
In her spare time, she enjoys carpentry and music as well as kayaking with her family. Candace has been practicing as a dental hygienist since graduating from UAA in 1990. A National Dental Society member, local state Dental Hygiene society member, and lifelong resident of Alaska, Candace enjoys many outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing in her spare time. Jeb has been with Family First Dentistry for a decade and prior to that, was practicing as a dental hygienist since 1995. In his spare time, Jeb builds cabins, fosters children, and enjoys the company of his children and grandchildren.
I will always remember my dog, Tootsie, fondly. The first night that we had her, she woke me up in the middle of the night. I should have been upset, but as I sat and held her, I knew that she would be an important part of my life. She was always there when I was growing up, happy to see me and ready to play with her stuffed baseball. She was there at family events like Christmas and Thanksgiving, brightening up people’s holidays.
I have had van for 7 years. I didn 't pick out van, my sister and my dad came home with him and now I love him. I love van because he protects me and is my buddy. When I spend time with van we play fetch, go on walks, and sit on the porch. In conclusion I love Van from the moon and back.
Similarly, to California people come from all over the world to visit the historic sites that are still standing in downtown Philadelphia, Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell, and The Betsy Ross House just to name a few. As I conclude, living in Pennsylvania and California gave me exposure to life although in different ways, with a hint of similarities that tied it all together that made me a well rounded person full of drive to
Many people have at least one favorite place in this world and for me, it can be simple as going to another state to reach it. My favorite place is the very park made for fun and family that the state Minnesota holds along with many others, like giant Mall of America where other normally go to. A place that has laughter and screams everywhere you go. It 's a place that family and friends, even youth groups, go to have a fun time and great memories. I know for a fact that my memories of this place would always
The cause is my innate ability to communicate with animals. However, I never take it as a shame, but feel quite proud of the world it brings to me. Therefore, I spend almost all my time with animals in my parents’ circus. The town is the home base of the circus. Every spring we travel westward to different towns, and turn our way back in the beginning of summers.
Ever since I could remember, I have always loved experiencing other new cultures. The neighborhood I live in is extremely diverse. Constantly, I am begging my neighbors to tell me more about their cultures and way of life. The reason I have chosen Journalism as my major is because it combines my passions of traveling, photography and
Ben Mikaelsen lives in a log cabin in the mountains near Bozeman, Montana, with his wife, Connie. Therefore, they are always surrounded by nature. Ben and Connie adopted and raised a 750 pound black bear and named him Buffy! Ben and Buffy were best friends and they loved each other. Sadly, in the fall of 2010, when Buffy went into hibernation, his body gave out and he passed away.
Ashleigh Forehand was born in Athens, Georgia in 1998, but she moved too Roanoke, Virginia at a young age and spent most of her childhood there. Ashleigh has a 20 year old brother and a ten year old sister. Growing up, she moved around a lot in Virginia and a few years ago, her family settled in Tallahassee. In her family’s house, you can find her parents, siblings, and her pets. Ashleigh loves animals and cares for three cats and a dog at home.
Since I was about 12 years old I have searched for and studied other cultures. Many of my closest friends come from foreign countries and due to that I have participated in celebrations and traditions that range from a holi festival to a bar-mitzvah. Lately, one hundred percent of this devotion has been committed to integrating myself with and learning from the mexican culture. I currently live in a beautiful city in Mexico named Durango. The deep and profound love I have for this place finds its roots in my love for the people and intense interest in the culture.