Nobody could grant him favours such as this. The whine of wheels and wings alerted him to the present danger, he would not be locked up again. Closing his eyes he acrobatically vaulted out of the window, suffering the fineness of glass as it sliced against his skin. The glass vibrated through his toes as they tattled on the ground, telling him contact was near. He landed on the balls of his feet, barrel rolling sideways.
I had watched other people ride it and as soon as you hit the first drop you would go down and then it would quickly jerk you in one direction. As we went down I braced myself for it, but the little boy wasn’t as prepared and he slid into the seat a little bit. Which scared him to death and made me nervous too. As we were coming back around to the first hill I put my arm around his shoulders far enough to where I could hold the bar on the other side of him. We went around the track a couple more times and each time we would hit the dip the little boy would try to get as close to me as possible in that tiny little seat.
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When Conner arrived at Cedar Point, it was a whimsical and magnificent sight. All of the rides, games and food that he smelled at the food booths everywhere you walked, and looked. The first thing he did was go to the roller coasters. The first option was a roller coaster called the Gatekeeper. When Conner got on the Gatekeeper, he was really scared, he was shaking, but also excited.
After building up every bit of my courage, I made the decision to leap from the beet red helicopter. Slowly, the droning sound of the helicopter left my ears. I yanked the yellow and white braided rope with every muscle in my body. When I heard the satisfying whoosh of the parachute filling up with the cold brisk air, my heart nearly left my chest in jubilation. All of the feeling rushed back into my numb legs.
The far wall began to fall from the force of the horde. I knew if I stood there any longer, I would soon join the ranks of the undead. I ran toward the edge of the set and leaped. My fingers met the cold steel of the batten. Reaching my arm out, I grabbed onto the edge of the catwalk and pulled myself to safety.
It turned round and round a couple of times, then we went down as fast as a bald eagle trying to catch it’s prey. Then we went straight fast of course. Nick was screaming so loud that it distracted me from looking we were going. I tried not to throw up but it was hard.
Butterflies flud my stomach, as I climbed up the lengthy branch. A thought of doubt pondered through my head, should I, or should I not? I pushed the thought to the side and continued on, not thinking of the worst. Before a loud snap broke the silence as I tumbled towards the ground in a tangle of limbs, my breath rushed inward, as fast as my realization. The snapping echoed through my head, stuck on repeat like a broken cassette.
The first obstacle we faced was meeting the mighty leaches. They were feeding on our blood. We couldn't take them off as we were rushing towards our destination and start stuck enjoying the scenery above like classical portraitists hung in the art showroom. Greenery at its best and Sri lanka says it all. We felt like the soldiers marching up towards the battle zone.
Swimmers, take your mark." As everyone on the platforms tenses, a sharp, resonating beep sounds. My body releases, my legs exploding from their coiled position. My head darts up, my eyes searching for the imaginary hole I am going to slide my body through. Once I find it, my head is tucked between my arms, and my hands and arms stiffen to prepare for the entry into the water.