Peer Correction-Rayce Nakayama

Peer Correction-Rayce Nakayama - Rayce Nakayama English 1A...

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Rayce Nakayama English 1A 1832 September 4, 2011 Narration First Draft The moon was still clearly out, but the sun was peaking over the horizon. The warm Santa Ana winds were rolling through the branches of the palm trees and glazed over the beachfront houses. The sand was still cold on my toes from the stormy weather the night before. It was a calm, cool Saturday, and I had woken up early to go surf the famous and well-known Newport Beach. I set my alarm clock for 5:30am the night before; I had heard that a really good swell was going to come in right in front of my house. Normally I will wake up feeling groggy and unfocused, but this morning was different, this morning I was feeling more awake and alive than ever. I got out to the beach and saw how incredible the waves were. Forming a perfect shape, almost like they were artificially made, except, perfection like that can only be formed by nature. I wasn’t the only one admiring how amazing the surf was, in fact, there had to be at least forty
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