Baby Doe's Cabin - Justin Silverman Final English Writing...

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Justin Silverman Final English Writing Assignment “Head for the Cabin!” said Hans as a bolt of lightning struck the side of the old mining tower. “Which one?!” Greta said trying to scream above the sound of rain and thunder. “The one without the hole in the roof!” As the two walked inside the smell of rust and dust permeated the air, and the rain beat down upon the tin roof. Hans: “The storm should pass in a little while, we used to get these a fair but when I was younger.” Greta: “Isn’t this the shack where that Doe woman died in? That is what you were saying was it not?” Hans: “Uhhh…” Greta: “Ew” Hans: “Anyway listen to the sound, isn’t it amazing, after a hundred years this place can still shield us from the rain, these were built to last.” Greta: “It appears as if those tailing piles were too. Didn’t you ever worry about seeing those “merlot ponds” come out of your shower heads?” Hans: “Not really” Greta: “I would, everyday, that disgusting red, it looks like blood, that horrid green in the piles, and the gnarled and gruesome looking mining towers.”
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Hans: “But it wasn’t like that. The EPA had its way with this stuff; most of the water is
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