The Mysterious Woods

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The Mysterious Woods Drew Bedurah Freshman Comp I Barlow OC# 1
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Every child has a sense of adventure. Boys like to be the heroic warrior who has to stop the dastardly villain from doing this or that and most little girls like to be the princess who the hero is trying to save. I was no exception to this rule. I, like many other children had a “secret” spot where all their adventures would occur. My fortress of solitude where the woods behind my house. They where what made growing up quite the adventure. My cousin Matthew and I would wake up early in the morning to embark on our quest. We would devour our cereal ravenously and quickly zip out the door. We had a busy day ahead of us. The first thing we needed to do was find a stick, because everyone knows you couldn’t go on an adventure without a big walking stick. The next step would be to determine what our goal was. We had to create a story line or else our game would not make sense and be boring. We would usually base it off the plot of our favorite
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Barlow during the Fall '07 term at Valencia.

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