When we stepped on the boat we needed to put our shoes in a compartment under the seat. But acorse everyone ran to the front of the boat then we had to take turns at the front. We went to the other side of the lake and went to some cliffs. Thay side we were going to jump off the cliffs and pointed at a cliff that was 100 ft high but thay ware jocking. There were some clife that ware 25 to 35 feet that we jumped off.
A storm had started and a jumbo wave hit the ship taking everyone out. The ship began to sink and everyone rushed to get into the emergency rafts on the boat. My family found a piece of the ships wood we decided to climb on since the rafts were full. We saw a young girl my age trying to swim in our path so we pulled her up onto our plank. She was unconscious and wasn't breathing.
Children faces are bright red with tears rolling down their cheeks, while some were scream crying. As being an eighth grader, I am not ready for this type of situation. Scared to my core, I am actually thinking that the boat is going to sink and I am going to DIE TODAY. The captain is the only one on the second level of the ship, while most of the passengers are down on the bottom floor hurling everywhere. I finally could not take the sights and sounds of people puking so I closed my eyes and plugged my ears with two pointer fingers for most of the way back.
My mom took my hand and grabbed it with anger, dragging me to the little snob who exposed me for peeing in the pool. The child and his mom were sitting peacefully in their chairs with happy grins acting as if they were living as royalty, My mom with fury went up to the other child 's mom and
My friend, Dylan, drove the Ranger behind the house to plug it in and keep it there for later. Dylan and my brother then gathered the bouquet of fishing poles and met with the two younger girls and myself to set up on the dock of the pond. We cast our lines in every direction possible, entering into an inevitable, tangled mess. It was a miracle we were able to catch any fish at all. My every step made the dock creak and sway, an obvious sign of rotting wood.
We went by boat. When we go there we played for a while and then had our picnic. Once it was time for us to go home we realized that the boat had already gone and we were left stranded. I became emotional and started to cry as I so badly wanted to go home. My friend Simon had an idea and suggested that we use pebbles to spell out the word h.e.l.p on the shore.
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.