The sailing trip was really fun, I hope I can do it again soon! I know that I might be able to go again but at the same time it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and I will never get the chance to do that again. When I say once in a lifetime opportunity, it means every single moment in life is once in a lifetime because that thing that just happened will never happen again, and even if it does happen it would never be the same, and you will always remember the first time you did something as if it were yesterday. You would remember almost every detail of it, I know I still remember most of the stuff that happened that day, almost exactly in the order it happened.
I hope that when or if I go back on there I would be able to take some pictures. Even though I remember the scenery quite well I would still like some. Also, I want some because I was planning on painting a picture of it, where the trees looked like pompoms, the water literally looked as if it was painted or as if I had just dropped into a painting and I was sailing on the waves, the wind I can still smell, It smelled like a hint of fish, a bit like rain, and a lot like a sweet fall day.
My most favorite thing that I did was standing on the very front of the boat. It was as if I was a part of the Titanic. Also I loved the bottom area, it was cozy down there it felt like home. Not actually but it was really cozy and with the waves it was rocking and it was really soothing. I felt as if I was slowly falling asleep as I just sat there. It was amazing.
Sadie, 8th grader, Oredocker Project School, Ashland