Mountain Mountains On The Planet

1486 WordsNov 14, 20166 Pages
Mountain climbing in Alaska When I hear a person talk about the great state of Alaska, I wonder what he or she would say about it. Is it the endless mountain ranges covered with snow, or could it be the frigid temperatures? The state of Alaska has mountains as far as the eye can see. If you have ever climbed to the top of a mountain, you know how exciting it can be once you have reached the top. Especially, when it is your first experience climbing the face of any mountain and you do not know what to expect. As a child, my memory recalls the first time I was pretending to scale towering mountain sides to impress my friends and family. When we are children, the world appears a lot larger, and the mountain tops in my back yard in southern California seemed colossal to me. Playing in the foothills, I would try to imagine myself scaling one of the greatest mountains on the planet. Nearly twenty-five years have come to pass, and I still seek mountain ranges to explore. I have always enjoyed the outdoors, rather than being indoors all the time. Mountain climbing is rewarding and exhausting simultaneously. I like to find new places out in the wilderness. One of my favorite moments is when I find a waterfall; something about the sounds of flowing water soothes my soul. At the beginning of 2010, I received a call from the engineering firm I worked for; they informed me of a unique project for the oil and gas industry located near Fairbanks, Alaska. I gladly accepted the

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