Today I woke up pretty early for a summer day, around 7am. I walked downstairs and asked my dad if we could go fishing today. He said yes and suggested that we get ready to leave. I got my fishing pole, fishing net, and my extra fishing pole string. While I was getting my stuff my dad called his friend Jimmy and asked if he wanted to come as well.
Tearing me from the safe beach to the vast empty void of the sea. Thankfully, I didn’t get pulled too far out. About 10 feet or so, I had the ability to do a slow swim all the way back. For some odd reason however, neither of my parents noticed me get stuck in the sea. Presuming they were still helping my brother, for that matter.
I was having so much fun with the cold wind on my cheeks and was laughing the whole way down until I got some snow in my eyes that limited my vision. I began to panic which kept me from hearing my mom saying, “ JUMP!!! JUMP!! !” I was clueless to the fact that I was headed for a tree. Down the hill I went and straight into the tree.
“We will be down in the rocks under the water for a while, and this kelp will keep your sister anchored here. If I wrap her safely in it, we will not have to worry about her getting lost or floating away,” Mother said. “We do not want to lose her on her first day with
Rain, sleet, snow, wind, blazing hot temperatures or cold temperatures, one day they may be on a creek or river and the next is lust forest. Each day is a different day for a Fish and Game Warden, not only for weather but daily activities. Fish and Game Wardens may interact with public quite often, whether it is educate about conservation and wildlife, laws and regulations or hunter safety, or to help sort out problems between landowners and wildlife. Fish and Game Wardens have the pleasure to work in various location and weather. Sometimes they will work during state and federal holidays from eight a.m. to five p.m. and have days off like Saturday and Sunday.
It was the first good snow of the season, and my friends and I were up with the sun. Our cabin was now full of the smell of coffee brewing, bacon sizzling, and the fresh mountain air. I sat on the lazy boy recliner and checked the snow and weather reports, “all clear!” I shouted to my friends, Nate and Charles, who were just finishing up breakfast. We were all fulfilled with eagerness to get to the slopes. It felt like forever since the last snowboarding season.
I nearly drowned when I swam into the deep end of my friends pool , my mother had to jump in and pull me out of the water. Immediately afterwards my parents placed me in swim lessons. I struggled with swimming at first, but I persisted and became a strong swimmer. As my skills improved my parents had me join swim teams where I managed to go to the League Championship. Then I decided to apply my skills to lifeguarding.
When I approached the sand, the coastline only had like 4-6 people, and that was very suspicious, since the water was perfect to relax as the waves went by and crashed against the coast. I was ready to get into the sea when a delighting ray jumped out of the sea and the rest of my afternoon was soon to change. Despite the event, I just waited for 1 hour, and took advantage of that time to tell my sister about the stingray that I saw jumping. Attentively, she told me not to get into the sea, because those animals could be dangerous if touched
I was running along the shore and playing with my dog. Nothing could foretell anything terrible that day. Despite the end of August, it was balmy and clement. The water felt quite warm, so my father and I went swimming. White clouds lazily drifted along the sky.