Throughout the novel “Into the Wild” the character Mccandless had planned to leave off on his own to explore the forest of Alaska. Mccandless was the son of a wealthy parents, he left them with the intention to show or prove something to himself and his family, after he left without telling them. He had donated all his money he had earned and gave it all to charity and practically gave up all his possessions. This young man was not prepared to be out in the wild since he did not have the right equipment and food supplies to survive out in the wild. He was later found dead inside of a school bus that had been sitting in the wild for years.
In April, 1992 a young man named Chris McCandless walked into the Alaskan bush never to be seen or heard from again. He entered the bush with minimal supplies- a firearm, ammunition, a ten pound bag of rice, a small library, and a few other basic survival items- and confidence in his abilities to survive (Krakauer, 162). Four months later, six hunters found the remains of his decomposing body inside an abandoned bus amidst the thick vegetation of the Alaskan wilderness (Krakauer, 13) . Upon hearing Chris’ story locals and critics promptly labeled him as an “ill-prepared kook”, but were they right? If his critics were correct, then McCandless would not have survived quite as long as he did in complete solitude.
This neighborhood was full of violence, all other kids were up to no good. However Geoffrey and his three brothers weren't, they came into the neighborhood as a clean slate. They moved here around when Geoffrey was four years old and this where the term “violence” was introduced. With their mom raising them with no dad that lead for the boys to grow up with no guidance from a male figure in this tough neighborhood. The quote “Paradise didn’t last long the day after our arrival my mother sent my brother Daniel to the store with ten dollars...
Chris was incredibly careless with some of the most important things a man has in life including life itself. Chris lacked the skill to correctly extract and preserve the meat of the moose that he poached while staying at the bus. The man that gave Chris a ride to the Stampede Trail realized how underprepared Chris was and gave him a pair of boots and even his lunch. Chris’ gear was cheap and otherwise improper. The knowledge that Chris had of the Alaskan wilderness is represented by his simple blunder concerning the change in the river crossing from spring to summer.
The life of Chris McCandless took many routes, to running away, to meeting new people,to graduating University, to living in the wild, to seeing his parents going through problems and lastly eating animals. He 's been through alot and still stayed humbled through everything with a positive attitude. When Chris McCandless discovered the "magic bus" his life changed forever with that bus. Going into the wild he didn 't know what he would discover or expect and luckily he found the magic bus. I believe that without that bus he wouldn 't survive as long as he did.
He would also care for cattle and sheep of the guests. Even though he was harshly disciplined when he got in trouble he was rebellious as a young boy. He didn't feel like following rules and didn't want to go to school because he found it boring. He ran away from home at thirteen to escape school. He had to work hard at challenging jobs to support himself when he did not have the support of family and friends.
• ASM-Scott A- New to leadership roles and has a bias opinion to his son in the troop with little regard to helping others. Total Adult-led. • ASM- Janine N- New to Boy Scout leadership roles but was a den leader for Cub Scouts. Whereas she wants the scouts to lead she has a hard time stepping back and watching the scouts fail.
“Being tough” “Scout's Honor” by Avi is a realistic short story about three nine-year-old boys that go camping in an entire different state on their own. In the beginning, three boys join Boy Scouts and want to move up to the next rank. In order to do so, they have to go camping by themselves in the country, which they decide to go do. Later on, they all begin to struggle being tough and face their own individual challenges. Because they are nine and don’t know much about how the world works, they think nonsense things that lead to them having to face many challenges.
STANLEY, THE DOG ON THE MOON A Tale by Granny Thornapple Stanley the dog had lost his people. He was running in the park and the next thing he knew he was alone. He was a smart little dog, so he stopped and waited in one spot for his people to find him. He sat and sat, he waited and waited.
He brought Sly Fox to his home and they played together until it got dark. Sly Fox stayed with the wolf until morning but he was hungry and he missed his family. He looked out and realized how far away from home he was, it would take hours, maybe even days to find his tribe. He began to walk back towards the wolf’s house when the wolf caught on to a scent and began to follow a path, invisible to the eye, but crystal clear to the wolf’s nose. Sly Fox did not know what he was doing or where he was going
Joey didn’t even know how Conner managed to spread the story this far. “It was only a baseball game!” Joey told everyone. He felt so hopeless and unwanted. At lunch no one wanted to sit with him and people left notes on his locker saying he should go on a diet.
Entry One On page twelve of Holes, Stanley gets to the camp and meets Mr. Sir for the first time. Because the camp was so far away, both the bus driver and guard felt understandably irritated. In fact, the guard stated, “Nine hours here, and now nine hours back… What a day.” Stanley “felt a little sorry for the guard and the bus driver” for putting them through the trouble.
Gary Paulsen 's Hatchet is a modern classic tale of a stranded boy 's struggle for survival in the wilderness. The book is based on a 13-year-old who is accustomed to big-city life and comfort when he finds himself alone in a remote Canadian forest with no tools but a hatchet his mother gave him. Brian Robeson, a thirteen-year-old boy from New York City, is the only passenger on a small plane headed toward the oil fields of Canada. Brian is on his way to spend the summer with his father, and he 's feeling totally bummed about his parents ' recent divorce. he doesn 't have much time to dwell on his unhappy family situation, though, because the pilot the only other person on the plane suddenly suffers a heart attack and dies.
Chris McCandless was a young man who left society behind entirely to fulfill his dream of the Alaskan adventure and escape the reality of life. After burning the last of his money and changing his name to Alexander Supertramp, McCandless migrated throughout the states and unfortunately was immensely unprepared for his journey; he only carried a ten-pound bag of rice, a small rifle, and a tattered road map. Consequently, McCandless dies due to his overconfidence and unpreparedness, which in turn makes everyone curious as to why he embarked on a journey while being so vulnerable. Arguably, Chris McCandless was a noble idealist who wanted abandonment from the falsehood of society and a feel of what nature could give. Chris McCandless wanted