My first Summer Camp left such a deep impression on me that I can still recall the details of that experience with happiness. It was organized by our school, and participants consisted of students from three grades. We set off early on one drizzling morning. We were supposed to walk to the destination, which was a 30 kilometres away in distance. At first, we talked and sang when we were walking. We didn't feel exhausted at all. After a while, the sky cleared up,and the sun shone brightly, yet we began to feel tired and reluctant to move forward. The teacher encouraged us to behave like soldiers and overcome any difficulty we could face. Four hours had passed before we could have something to eat, and then after the meal we spent another three and a half hours walking towards the destination. It was the first time for me to travel such a long distance on foot. Later, whenever I feel too exhausted to move on and want to give up in the face of impediment, I will think of this travel, from which I got a precious lesson — hold on, you can make a miracle.
我的第一次夏令营经历给我留下了深刻的印象，至今我仍可以回忆起很多幸福的细节来。那次夏令营是由我们的学校组织，由三年级学生参与的。我们在一个濛濛小雨的早上集合，预计步行30公里到达目的地。刚开始的行进中，我们有说有唱的，充满着干劲。可过了一段时间， 天空放晴，太阳的照射，让我们开始感到疲倦而不愿意继续前行。老师鼓励我们要像士兵一样去克服任何要面对的困难。过了4个小时，我们才可以吃点东西，吃过饭后，我们又用了3个半小时走向目的地。这是我第一次徒步走了这么长的距离。后来，每当我觉得疲惫，开始动摇， 打算在障碍前放弃的时候，我都会想到这次行军经历。它给我上了宝贵的一课——坚持，你就可以创造奇迹。