I will not describe how he managed to persuade me to join him on his journey to the Rocky Mountains; all I will say is we departed in five days.
This was my first time in the mountains, so I was turning my head in all directions.
Did you realize right away that this was something you would always remember?
Use language that will help the reader feel the way you did. Did you clearly explain why your event was memorable? Sometimes you will need to re-write a paragraph or more. Fix any grammatical, spelling or mechanical errors. Read through your essay several times before turning it in.
Though traveling is not a big deal for me today, before my trip to the mountains, I used to be a homebody.
I had friends to hang out with, several hobbies, and I felt completely comfortable spending weeks or even months in my hometown—or sometimes even on my block—without going anywhere.
Begin several days before your essay is due, if possible. What the event led up to." Write your first draft based on your outline.
Choose from your list an event that is complex enough for the length of your essay. Remember to include an introduction and conclusion. Create a separate paragraph for each major point in your outline.
Since I am a high school student, somebody might say I have my entire life ahead of me, with all of its beautiful experiences.
But despite being so young, I already have a personal breathtaking experience, which I am sure I will carry with me until my last days: my first hike to the mountains.