Skiing Essay Examples

  • Vacation

    635 words - 3 pages

    Vacation Destination People are always looking forward to their vacation period. There are many options of where to choose. The two most common places people choose for taking a vacation are the beaches and the mountains. Both places offer a variety of fun activities. The beach offers activities that the mountain cannot offer and visa versa. Mountains and beaches are totally different. Climate, types of activities available, and location are the three major factors that set the stage for choosing a perfect getaway. Climate is always important in order to enjoy vacations. If a person disl

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    Skiing Experience

    999 words - 4 pages

    My Risky Skiing Experience As I grew up in a small town, life was pretty boring most of the time. I've always thought about interesting ways of spending my time. Finally, I decided to join my high school ski club. It all started in January of 1997; I was completely oblivious of the sport and just wanted to try something new. After my first lesson I was hooked. It's a fantastic feeling to be gliding down a slope on a soft powdery surface. Unlike many other sports, you have the safety of knowing you can fall and it usually won't hurt much. In fact, on steep hills,

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    Colorado

    1158 words - 5 pages

    This is a travelers guide to the state of Colorado. Colorado is a unique and interesting place to visit. If the reader would want to go to Colorado, this is the report to read. This report has both statistics and fun things to go and do. Colorado is state of mountains and hills. Colorado is the highest of the states elevation at over 14,000 feet high. Many people visit Colorado each year. Many of the people that visit here are outdoor enthusiasts, skiers, and people just wanting to go on a get away vacation. This state offers numerous things to go, see, and do. For the outdoor enthusiasts, Col

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    Dream And 13 Th Avenue

    712 words - 3 pages

    Dream and 13th Avenue Cool breeze encompassed my face as I nervously bit my already chapped lips. I took a deep breath and felt cold air filing up my lungs. “Woohoo, go Emilija!” I could hear my teammates and coach cheering up for me from the bottom of the ski run. I impaled my ski poles into the snow and pushed myself off the start line. My heart was pounding and a blast of adrenalin rushed throughout my body as I encountered the opening drop. Carrying on downhill, I was passing gate after gate courageously approaching to the finish line. All of a sudden, I lost balance and my whole body

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    Chemie

    289 words - 2 pages

    Travel to Slovakia When I was 8, my family and I travelled to Slovakia. It was winter and it was New Year’s Eve. It was my first exciting trip where we had two celebrations outside Latvia. Our trip lasted seven days. We spent two days travelling by coach through Lithuania and Poland. On the second day of our trip, my father had a birthday and we and our friends celebrated it in the coach. As far as I remember, there were lots of presents and a lot of fun. On the third day’s evening we arrived to Slovakian town Zhilina. We had a supper in the hotel and all night we were preparing for the

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    Process Of Skiing

    573 words - 3 pages

    Process of Skiing Swooshing down the slopes is a ton of fun if you know what you're doing. It’s something that I thoroughly enjoy doing. Skiing is something that I can do to just to enjoy myself. I love the feeling of getting to the top of the snow-covered mountain and looking out over the terrain. There’s something about a steep slope that gets my adrenaline pumping. I have skied a lot and I feel like I am very good. However, I was pretty awful when I started. There is a lot more to skiing then flying down the mountain because eventually stopping and turning becomes an issue. The first th

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    The Giver Essay

    524 words - 3 pages

    Erick Caisapanta Mrs. Falzone ELA – A block The Giver Things are not what they seem. In the novel, The Giver, the author Lois Lowry makes things not as they seem. Twelve-year-old protagonist, Jonas, discovers that his community is not what he thought it to be when he is selected to be the new Receiver of Memory. As Jonas receives the memories of sledding, sunshine, and sunburn from the Giver, he thinks that the community should not have climate control so everyone could enjoy the different kinds of weather. During Jonas’s training, h

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    An Unforgettable Trip

    667 words - 3 pages

    The sun glistened down on a frosty, bitter December morning. The air was so clear and crisp; you could see for miles in every direction. Vibrantly colored hats and mittens littered the horizon like confetti on New Years Eve. Most of the snow on the hills was that glossy, jet-blown, artificial snow, because of the lack of snow up till now. Not exactly the best kind of snow for learning how to ski.  I boldly made my way to the chairlift looming ahead. I hopped on the frosty cold bench, and after a short, tense ride I was at the peak of an intermediate slope. I slowly gazed around, absorbing m

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    Sun Also Rises

    597 words - 3 pages

    Final exam Professor Reising 12/11/2009 In the novel The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway bull fighting functions as a metaphor for human relations in many different ways. The story is told from the perspective of Jake Barnes, a somewhat disillusioned American with an unfortunate war injury that has rendered him impotent. Jake is in love with Brett who is a rich, rather promiscuous woman. The interesting thing about Jake and Brett's relationship is that it is completely frustrating to both of them, and they seem unable to break themselves from one another. The bull lives ambiguously b

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    Smoking Kills

    841 words - 4 pages

    Self-Assessment Grammar * Which errors do you tend to make most frequently? Revise these areas. The grammar mistakes I made were “Since I have been living in Sweden for over…” The correct sentence should be “Since I have lived in Sweden for over…” “It is located at the northern part of Sweden…” The correct sentence should be “It is located in the northern part of Sweden…” Spelling * Can you see any patterns in your errors? The mistakes I made were: “Ofcourse”,” alot”,” recomend”, “ extremley” and “aswell” . Correction: “Of course”, “a lot”, “recommend”, “extremely” and “as

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    Winter Trip

    618 words - 3 pages

    Standing in Lake Tahoe, California is one of my biggest dreams since I was eight years old. On December 2007 my family and I went to California for a month and we went to Lake Tahoe for 3 days 2 nights for winter sports such as snowmobile and skiing. Taking off from San Jose at 6am and we reached Lake Tahoe at 11am. Lake Tahoe is the border of California and Nevada. This was a place of peacefulness and tranquility. Never before had I been so close with nature. Every tree was covered with thick white snow, there were some buildings and car parks were also covered in snow. Car meter panel sh

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    Posion Man

    553 words - 3 pages

    SEATTLE - When the snow broke loose, a group of expert skiers who watched in horror as a large avalanche swept their friends down a steep slope in Washington state immediately turned on their emergency beacons and began searching for signs of life. Powder Magazine senior editor John Stifter, who witnessed the slide that killed three of his skiing companions Sunday, said one person survived by bear-hugging a tree and holding on as the snow barrelled over him. Another skier who was caught in the slide was saved when she deployed an air bag designed to keep her afloat. "It's an absolute hor

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    Skiing

    253 words - 2 pages

    Matt Kretzschmar Business Pd 1 Twin Tip Skis Modern Alpine skiing has been around since the early 1800s. Within the last 60 years, skiers have wanted to break away from the strict rules of racing and instead perform aerial tricks. To do this properly, they would need a new type of ski. In 1974, the Olin Mark IV Comp was the first ever twin tip ski. This paved the way for future companies to perfect the art of twin tip making, such as Salomon in 1997 and Line skis soon after. Within the last 10 years, freestyle skiing popularity has rapidly grown due to twin tip specific ski companies, as

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