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water was clear and cold; I have never felt so relieved. I drank a gallon and swam to my heart’s content. I suddenly remember that there is a river that runs through the campus and realize that if I follow this river, there’s a chance that it will take back to school. I float down the river until it became shallow enough for the pebbles and bigger rocks to hit my rear end. I lurch out of the river and follow it through the forest. In the distance, I see a tree sticking out, over the river with what looks to be a rope hanging down from it. “Who in the world set up a rope swing out here?” I asked myself. There must be something nearby if this was set up. I take a moment and look around for clues, anything that does not seem natural. About a thousand meters into the forest, I spotted out a magnificent treehouse. It was very well hidden and seemed to be in great condition.
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5 Lucci Somebody has to come here often. I continue my way through and find another trail. I decided to follow it through, picking up the pace in excitement. I kept telling myself that there is a buffet at the end with omelets, bacon, biscuits, and sausage. As I emerge from the forest, I find myself at an open field with a hill at the end. My heart stops in disbelief as I quickly scan for anything recognizable. Then I hear the clock tower chime. I sprint through the field and up the hill and find myself at the red brick gymnasium of the school. I let out the biggest sigh of relief. The cafeteria is 2 buildings behind it and I make way for the buffet of hot breakfast. I walk in to the cafeteria, fill three big plates with food. All the cafeteria ladies are astonished and do not believe that I am going to eat it all. I sat down at the first available table in sight and shoveled everything in. To my surprise, Adrian and all of our friends walk in and sat down with me. They asked if I had just been left out in the wilderness for a week, looking at all the food that I was inhaling. I told them the whole story and about the rope swing. Adrian mentioned that he knew about the swing and decided that we all were going to go back later that afternoon to check it out. After class, we all met up in my room walked over for an awesome afternoon swinging into the crystal clear river. This was definitely one of my most favorite memories to date.
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