I did not see any dolphins in the morning but my grandparents told me that we were going to go see some dolphins on a dolphin cruise. Because Gulf Shores is on the Gulf of Mexico dolphins like to ride the waves when boats go out. We drove to the dolphin cruise place and we got on the boat. There were lots of old people on the boat. My sisters and I were the only kids on the boat.
Sharkasm The year was two thousand, fifteen , Claire Spedale, Janie Spedale, and I were enjoying a leisurely day on the warm white sand of Rosemary Beach. Lathered in dermatologist recommended sunblock, we embrace the warm essence of the summer sun. The Spedale’s had obtained several chairs, boogie boards, and most importantly Tahiti Island. Tahiti Island was an extravagant inflatable island with drink holders, chairs, and a slide. The entire extended Spedale family attended the annual family beach trip, and that day were all there on the ever so coveted Tahiti Island.
With no immediate threat present I left an returned to walking around the sandbar enjoying the band an nice weather. Another 45 minutes passed approximately when I glance over to see a distressed expression on Shane roads face as he looks over to me an says "where have you been?!". Being alarmed I walk briskly to my boat to find a stranger on board uninvited aggressively trying to remove the flag from the canopy. He was 6 '1" mid build 180lbs dark hair an tan with facial hair mid 20s maybe. I then board port side over the rail where 2 men were wrestling with Shane roads, I tried
Caught by the Sea: My Life on Boats Caught by the Sea: My Life on Boats is about the Gary Paulsen’s life on the sea. In this book he talks about his main voyage. Mr. Paulsen just got out of the army and had nothing to do and nowhere to be. For some reason he wanted to go see the beach so bad that he felt like he was going to die. He got in his car and drove down to California where he spend a few day staying on the beach admiring the view, and smells of the beach.
The manatee happily languishes through mealtime, which takes up nearly 8 hours every day! They enjoy the sea grass and weeds, and don 't mind taking in the algae as well. Since they 're eating off the ocean floor, what enters their mouths will have grains of sand; chewing this results in the eventual loss of teeth, but fear not, they grow them back all throughout their adult lives. A baby manatee, called a calf, will survive off its mother 's milk until for the first few years of life. Are Manatees Really People-Friendly?
The sky and the ocean were so blue it was hard to tell where the sea ended and the heavens began. It was so serene. The waves crashing against the shore were soothing-whispering the secrets of the deep to me-almost as if I had my ear pressed up against a giant seashell. Finish this paragraph. The cool breeze blew off the water, bringing with a strong but not
Boys were never told not to play with the girls, in fact, they would also help out around the house and clean dishes after a meal. Feminism was never really an issue. I remember waking up every Saturday morning to go to the river with my friends. At the river, I could smell the fresh air coming from the East. The view was breathtaking, there was a giant waterfall we used to jump from.
Axis IV: in this axis, my educational and occupational problems kicked in. I started to care less about my homework, being on time to school. Most of the time I would just go straight to the ocean until it’s about 10:00 pm. I liked to be alone with my thoughts. I enjoyed the beach waves and it was relaxing.
The mid-day sun beats down on the light beige sand as children jump and play in the warm ocean water, their parents straggling behind them. Groups of tropical fish swim in the ocean of turquoise and cobalt blue water, while an occasional dolphin or two can be seen swimming in the background. White puffy clouds scatter throughout the horizon and gentle warm breezes blow through the palm trees. Rocking in my hammock, I enjoy the scenery from the deck of my beautiful beachfront home. My maid Matilda approaches carrying a platter of fresh fruit and a tall glass of iced water.
Utopia (perfect place) The beautiful burnished water dashed along the sea side carrying the shells. The breath taking trees stretched up towards the sky as if they were as sky scrapers covering the alluring sky. I gazed at the dancing dolphins from the sea shore as they moved in unison, Adorable puppies were on the trot in along the yellow sand . The shimmering waves crashed along the shore as the sun rose in the sky, in the birds flying passed it, and chirping in the air. Looking over my shoulder, suddenly I was pulled by amazement; The hills were full of luscious greenery and the clouds were a beautiful color pink and blue.
Imagine you are on the tropical island of San Juan, Puerto Rico, in the Caribbean. There is powdery soft golden sand where the warm jewel-colored ocean water meets the shoreline. As the waves come crashing in, you will find the seagulls taking off for flight. Off in the near distance the feathery palm trees sway in the wind, as if they are synched in motion to a song. The air is full of a fresh salty aroma and your skin feels sticky from the suns heat beaming down on you in all her glory.
Seeing the joy in Robert, warmed my heart. Everyone around us seemed happy; the children were playing; the parents were laughing; the teenagers were surfing; and the grandparents were walking along the beach. All around us, there was happiness, romance, and excitement. The memories being made here, would last forever. As Robert and I sat on the beach, he laid his head in my lap.
The Virgin Daiquiri was filled with juicy strawberries with a cherry on top, it was extremely mouth-watering. I witnessed carefree children running across the beach while holding kites gleefully. An older couple strolls the beach with metal detectors searching for treasure. A group of adults drunk socially enjoying the beautiful scenery. I took photographs of the sand, palm trees, people, and the ocean too.