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    Aidan Cody It was a hot summer. It was July 2nd, 2001 Rick, Janet, and Tammy and I got ready to go camping in Yellowstone park. Yellowstone was a far drive from Iowa to Wyoming. It's a 12-hour drive. When we finally got to Yellowstone we started up a campfire. We were going to be there for a week. We were going to camp, hike and roast smore over a campfire. After a couple of hours of roasting marshmallows and telling funny stories. “Two guys walk into a bar,” I joked with Rick. “The third

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    With towering bald cypress trees and long stretches of calm water, the Frio River in Concan, Texas, provides public waters for visitors looking to go tubing. Sitting next to Garner State Park, which provides ample recreational activities like hunting, fishing, and hiking, the Frio River has created my best summer memories. I have enjoyed countless summers burning my skin under the hot southern sun. Tradition calls my family to Frio County each summer, along with hundreds more families looking to

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    As my family and I were enjoying watching our family-friends continue to win in the Little League World Series, we were hearing news of a possible historical storm preparing to hit the gulf coast. The Ewa Beach team, with my Uncle Clint as a coach and his son Ty, continued to win and the Louisiana team stuck around. Even though they were out of the tournament, it was decided that it was not safe for them to go back yet. Ewa Beach went back to Hawaii as World Champions, while Louisiana eventually

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    negative effect on our land but a positive effect on our economic progression and visa versa. Unfortunately the Cuyahoga River has been made famous because of its complications that have been caused, which has created not only economical problems but environmental problems all throughout its troubled history and is still being fixed to this day. The Cuyahoga River is a river full of antiquity at the length of a mighty one-hundred miles that winds throughout Northeast Ohio, right in the heart of

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    Environmentalist are working to save the of home a third of the world species; the Amazon Rainforest. The Amazon is the largest rainforest on earth and is most likely one of the most beautiful places on earth, and yet it is being slowly destroyed and some species and plants with it. Over the last forty years twenty percent of the forest has been cleared for the use of timber, and because of the deforestation twenty-six species and plants have gone extinct. Environmentalist are working to change that

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    The time of westward expansion was filled of hardships and challenges for the citizens of America. They left their homes at their own will to help make life better for themselves, and would letter recognize how they helped our country expand. The people of the Oregon trail risked their lives to help better their lives and expand and improve the country of America. However, no reward comes without work, and the emigrants of the Oregon Trail definitely had it cut out for them. They faced challenges

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    The election of 1800 places Jefferson in charge and resulted in a decline in power of the Federalists. This was the first peaceful exchange of power from the Federalist party to Democratic-Republicans. Some argue that the election of 1800 should not be named the “Revolution of 1800”. However, many agreed that the title “Revolution of 1800” is very appropriate because the nation expanded territorially, enforced sense of neutrality in foreign affairs, and increased judicial power under Jefferson’s

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    This walk begins with a gentle stroll along Arkle Beck and the river Swale. There is a good variety of habitats for flora and fauna. The views from Fremington Edge are stunning. Before leaving Reeth, a visit to the Swaledale Folk Museum is worthwhile. The museum was founded in 1973 and is housed in the former Methodist Day School built in 1836. It is run by volunteers with the aim of making the local heritage of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale accessible to the public. Well laid out displays explain

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    into moulds. After reaching the banks of the river Tees, a broad track leads upstream to the towering crags at Falcon Clints. Golden eagles once soared above these rocky cliffs and their eyries remain, waiting for them to return! Our path winds its way through the rocks at the foot of the cliffs where lichens and mosses are well established; lady fern, wood anemone, wood horsetail and woolly hair moss shelter in the fallen rocks. The rippling of the river is the only sound disturbing the

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    Summary Of The Patriot

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    In the beginning of the movie, the militia is retreating from New York. They get to the Delaware River where George Washington, Jeff Daniels, tells another member to get boats because he wants to cross the Delaware. They are trapped on one side, and if they can get to the other they will be okay. Then, the member goes and gets the boats, thinking that they will never be able to get across the river. During a meeting, George is very optimistic of them being able to cross, while the other men are giving

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