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I would love to live in the Mountains because of the feeling of seclusion the wilderness and the natural beauty When I am in the mountains I get the feeling of being with nature In the mountains it is easy to get a perspective of what the Indians lost during the first Gold Rush The mountains have a history lessen within themWhen in the mountain it is very easy to get the feeling that youre the only one around for miles and miles Most people have homes that they might feel secure in therefore giving a sense of privacy but when in the mountains you get a different kind of feeling Its like being the only person around its just a feeling like no otherThe wild animals are another factor that the mountains have that just makes it so pleasing The deer rabbits squirrels and bear are just a few of the many different animals found the mountains It is just so tranquil to sit and watch one of the animals in its natural environment Its almost like watching a trapeze at a circus as a squirrel jumps form tree to tree gathering food or evading a predator Just the mountains them selves weather sharp and jagged or smooth and rolling They can give a person a perceptive of just how small and insignificant they really are The amount of time that it took to make the hills and valleys can just make you realize that youre just a part of time It is nice to be walking through the woods and find an old arrowhead that was once used for hunting by the people who live here before us When the Cherokee Indians were removed form there home land in the Appalachian Mountains They were not just losing their homes there losing their way of lifeThe mountains can be extremely pleasing and enjoyable yet at the same time be humbling They are also a
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