Autumn is charming, with wild geese returning to the south, maple leaves on fire, and fruitful. On Saturday morning, Teacher Zhang and Teacher Shi led our class on an autumn outing. We were all very happy.
We first came to the Ehuang Yangtze River Bridge. I saw the tall bridge pillars pointing to the blue sky, like two sharp swords, and like two giants guarding the bridge, always reminding us to love it. There are also thick stay cables, like the arms of giants, there are countless, and the words "E-Huang Yangtze River Bridge", glittering in the sun. I thought of the great uncles who built the bridge.
We came to the bridge head, rushed to the embankment, and literally "wild a wild". We rolled on the ground, learned to do somersaults like monkeys, stuck some cockleburs on our bodies, and sweated profusely. There we all left happy laughter.
Finally, we walked to the orange orchard and saw the farmer's uncle picking oranges. The baskets of oranges, yellow and bright, with large and small ones, were very attractive. The farmer's uncle received us warmly. They handed the oranges to us and let us enjoy the sweet and sour oranges to the fullest.
This autumn tour, we broadened our horizons, enjoyed the beauty of nature, and tasted the fruits of labor. It allowed me to enjoy the beautiful scenery of autumn, and it also allowed me to learn a lot of knowledge that was not in books. Autumn tour is so fun!