Then we headed out to a forest of which i forget the name of. But their we parked and had ourselves a lovely picknick. Then we headed for a trail. Now in the year before they had had a snowstorm which left the place with trees fallen over and such, so it wasn 't at its best, but they managed to clear off the paths. During the hike we saw four waterfalls which were so very beautyful and many pretty sites.
So we decided it was time to go back to the park. We finally made it to the park and the sun was setting and the man was just entering the park but this time he didn’t go under the bridge or into a tree rather he was walking straight toward us but right before he got to us he climbed into another tree. He definitely saw us this time. We were hesitant to leave because we knew he was waiting for us. It was very late at night be now and we had to get going before are parents start to worry.
He looked up and ask my mom this, ¨Hey mom, can I go to the river with my friends?¨ My mom answered no,but he kept on begging her to say yes. So, she finally gave in and said yes. He was so happy and, so he went to go get his clothes and was going to head out. My mom stopped him and gave him the blessing. I was playing in my video game, but I called out,¨ Aren 't you going to say bye to me?¨ Though, he already left and he did not hear me.
We had a chance, and we took it. We set out while it was still cold and dark, to try and ensure our safety over the ice fall. There is a big danger of avalanches over the icefall, these happen when the sun is shining down onto the mountain, which is why we wanted to get over that part of the mountain while it was still dark. We eventually made it to Camp One, up at 19,500 feet. A big part of the journey is acclimatising.
I was in a wonderful place when my seven year old cousin woke me up. The sun was out in the sky, but I wasn’t in the mood to get up. I pushed the kid out of the bed, but he kept on pulling the blanket. He then climbed over my body, and started pulling my ear, nose, and hair. : Let me sleep, you little devil.
This time, after going on rides that I thought would be scary but ended up being fun, I said I would go with my dad and he seemed proud. He told me that there was nothing to be worried about but still I was scared of not being able to see while getting whipped around in the black, dark room. We waited in line while enjoying playing a video game made into the line. It made the line seem a lot shorter than it was so when we got towards the front, I was surprised to see that we’d been waiting for over an hour. We got in to the ride and it took off.
I felt anxious and scared to fall asleep that night. Every noise I heard, I felt it was him. I woke up the next morning and things in my room was switched around. I left my water bottle next to my bed and when I woke up it was on my desk. I convinced my mother that I felt sick and she allowed me to stay home from school.