From a collection of non-fiction short-stories
Young Adult (18-35)
North American, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)
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from a collection of short stories that were non fiction written by an author who went by the pen name of ship blanc, writing about his own experiences. This one is called a taste of Heaven. years ago in 1975, Shib took a long vacation and left his home at Fort Worth texas for new Mexico colorado and Wyoming to go all by himself to do some hitchhiking and backpacking. For about three days, he stayed in a small town called Eagle Nest in northern New Mexico. He had a great time getting to know the townsfolk who welcomed him with open arms. At the end of his day, he hiked up a nearby mountain to camp out for the night before proceeding on to colorado. The next morning when he woke up the next morning he found himself surrounded by fog, surprised that fog. This high up in the mountains, he packed up his belongings, broke camp and started hiking up to the peak, which is only about a five minute hike. When he got there. To his amazement, he found himself at what seemed to be the top of the world. The fog was actually a low bank of clouds which encompassed the entire area for miles and miles. He was now above the layer of clouds and all he saw was a white blanket of clouds with several mountain peaks above the clouds, with a beautiful bright sun shining through blue skies. For a moment he felt like he was in Heaven, a marvelous and wonderful site which he never forgot
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