Essay/Term paper: Creative writing: my bike
Essay, term paper, research paper: Creative Writing
Creative Writing: My Bike
Finally, the first day of decent weather after a long and rainy winter, had
arrived. I'd been looking forward to this day ever since I had baught my
mountain bike last December. This would be the first ride that I would be
taking, and I was had been really looking forward to this day. As I grabed my
helmet and water bottle and made my way to the garage, I began thinking about
where I would venture on my first ride. As I wipped of the seat and handle bars,
I began to think that this bike would not only be a great form of enjoyment, it
could also serve the purpose of being my transportation too and from school.
Not being in the financial position of owning a car, this bike was my only form
of transportation. This thought made me realize that taking a bike to and from
school, was not only economical but also benificial to the environment, since
the growing population in the fraser valley was also causing an increase in air
pollution. I firmly believed I had made a worthy investmest by the purchaseof
my bike. this was my first oppertunity to try out this awsome present.
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