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Coming into Virginia on our way to our yearly vacation the rest of myfamily and I would spot license plates from different states and try tofind all fifty Forty-three was the record and was in my opinionpretty impressive We continued to find West Virginia Maryland andfinally Virginia Between Busch Gardens Kings Island and SplashLagoon Virginia was made for their exciting rides We saw a billboardfor the Lochness Monster a ride most people dread for years about evenattempting to ride My brother Ben would always try to start fightswith me and decided that I was too chicken to ride on the beast thatstruck fear into so many people before Just the name was enough topetrify me especially since I was only in seventh grade I proceededwith stupidity to accept the dare like it was no big deal Little didI know the ride would have a double loop going seventy-eight miles anhour and a 113 foot drop This was the first time that I was thinkingabout forgetting about the ride and not going on it However the codeof brotherhood is to never ever back out of a dare Once we arrived at our destination in Williamsburg Virginia wesettled into our resort I was in awe of the waterfall next to theresort as well as the massive swimming pool It was as if thelegendary Gardens of Eden came down and landed on the sides of all thebuildings There were beautiful plants after plant lined up everywhereyou walked It was very simply the most beautiful resort I had evenseen Naturally when anything is looking good for me something hasto drag my happiness back down I looked through the pamphlets at thewelcome area and there was a giant poster of the Lochness Monster Ithad a picture of a grown man screaming his lungs out I almost criedwhen I saw it but
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