One summer day my friend, family, and I traveled to Carowinds.sAs we embarked on our vacation, we soon discovered that the trip was extremely lengthy. Upon arrival at the park, we heard the shouting of the kids as they were enjoying the rides.cx After entering the park we darted towards the largest roller coaster there. The first problem we encountered was our fear of riding roller coasters.cdWe began to feel the thrill as we went down the first ramp and no longer had fear. The best part about the whole day was experiencing the thrill as you enjoyed the ride. Finally, we ended the day by eating out and traveling home.
To soon the rollercoaster was coming to a graceful stop. I actually enjoyed the ride that I thought was going to be my last. As I stepped off I muttered, “Can I go again?” Being the daredevil i am i had to ride it one last time before the day of excitement was
All of a sudden everything closed in around me and all I could do is stare at the people going down. I was terrified of the roller coaster. I was standing in front of the roller coaster with fear in my eyes. My face felt like I was on fire yet it was a pale shade of blue. I felt my heart drop as I got in the line.
Halfway house’s are today known as a community residential option for offenders. They have existed in America for a long time originating from a model created in England & Ireland over two centuries ago (Latessa & Smith, 2011). These facilities are located in free society and house offenders who are being released form incarceration. They can also be utilized as another option for sentencing of an offender (Latessa & Smith, 2011). There are obvious safety concerns if one of these ‘halfway-houses’ were to be opened in the community in which you live. There are also some other concerns that may not appear so obvious such as what it costs to run these homes and how effective they are at preventing recidivism (Latessa & Smith, 2011).
In a career as prestigious as law enforcement you are held to a higher standard in your daily life. All community members look to you as an up stander and a leader for the community. By knowing this you must maintain this reputation by following strict factors, such as safe driving, in order to ensure you are not looked down upon by the community and your upper members of the command staff as a possibly hazardous individual. Although the phrase “Safe Driving” could have multiple meanings and could be taken in many different ways, when I mention this topic somethings I would say it consists of following strictly by state and city ordinances such as a 15-25 MPH speed limit in business districts and residential areas and all other speed limits set
Have you ever experienced a hurricane on the sea before? Did you ever wonder what a hurricane is like on the ocean? Well, if you want to find out, come to Hershey Park to try our new amusement park ride called “Hurricane of the Sea!” When you ride the amusement park ride, you will be soaked in water as you go, giving off the traits of the hurricane on the sea while going about 65 to 70 miles per hour average speed on the roller coaster ride. Why did we call this “Hurricane of the Sea” you ask? Well, because there’s water that will splash you as you go around the tracks of the coaster. And also, there are plenty of twists, turns, and loops for you to enjoy while on the ride. The ride will get you wet, of course, so make sure you bring some swimsuits with you and be prepared to experience a hurricane first handed!
My cousins said they wanted to go on a really fast roller coaster, so I followed them to go in the line. It was called sky rush. I really didn’t want to go on and we were next. Once the people came off my stomach was filled with butterflies. My older cousin Maria who is 26 said you don’t need to go on, if you want
I felt like I was plummeting to my death as the wind whipped all around me. For a brief moment, my body was vertical to the ground and I felt as if we were going to flip into a forward roll. Just at that moment, the cables snapped tight and we went swinging like a pendulum. My eyes were sealed shut. I continued screaming as we swung back and forth several times.
Although my parents were with me on a trip to Fredericksburg, Texas, years ago, my vacation was fun, bizarre, and terrifying. While on vacation, my parents gave me a plethora of instructions and rules; evidently, I did not follow many of the them. One of the rules was to stay away from an old wagon in the front yard of our vacation house in an attempt to avoid injury. After the wagon’s large, rusty wagon wheel fell on my head and blood covered my face, I learned to always follow my parents’ rules and to stay as calm as possible in terrifying instances. When I was five years old, my family drove to our rural Texas vacation house for a trip with experiences that I will remember forever.
The first attempt and success to climb Mt. Everest occured in 1953. Since then, almost 4,000 people have been able to scale the mountain, but over 230 people have not been able to climb it successfully. There is a chance of accident or death when climbing this mountain or any dangerous activity. All people should should have the right to rescue services even if they knowingly put themselves at risk because there is always a chance of an accident happening, rangers are there to save people in danger, and there are rescue vehicles being produced to be used in case of an emergency.
Second Persuasive Essay St. labre high school and middle school would be affected by the change of an eight period day to a seven period day, it would allow the high school to have more learning time in class but one less elective, it would allow the middle school to either continue to eat lunch with the high school or have another thing to do with the extra time. St. Labre academy should change the schedule because people will not have to be rushed to lunch or rushed to eat lunch , also if the middle school decides to not eat with the high school there will be more sitting opportunities at the cafeteria. The middle school will also be able to freely eat there lunch in peace without worrying about where to sit. St. Labre would be more
It’s never been a secret that you love amusement parks. You love thrills, to go fast, for wind to run its fingers through your hair and push your head back. You love to feel like you’re flying, like you’re a free bird able to soar across the sky. Only roller coasters allow you to feel this sense of euphoria that you crave.
Catching Crappie on the Original Road Runner “We just wanted a lure that would catch fish.” That’s how the late Bert Hall described the rationale behind his Road Runner lure. He designed it in 1958, but rather than target only bass, trout or panfish, he wanted a generalist lure that would attract almost any fish. That’s exactly what Hall produced.