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Lake Tahoe: A Narrative Fiction

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“Wake up Dylan!” my dad scowled at me. It was 6:00 in the morning on a Saturday. I wondered, “Why do we have to wake up so early?” Then I remembered. “SKI TRIP!!!” I yelled at the top of my lungs. It was so loud that I thought I woke up the neighbors. “I think you should yell louder because I don’t think CHINA HEARD YOU!” screeched my sister Hannah sarcastically. I jumped out of bed and started my daily routine…. “We’re going on a trip, in our favorite rocket ship, ZOOMING through the sky, little einsteins!” Hannah and I sang as we were on our way to Lake Tahoe. I promised my sister that I would throw a snowball at her when we reached the snow in the mountains. All of a sudden we came to a halt. “Wow look at the view kids!” exclaimed my mom as were turned to look. We got out of our car and took out our camera as well. We took a couple pictures together with the outstanding view of the mountains, snow, trees, and the beautiful blue sky. We got in the car and went our way…. When we reached our ski resort, Kirkwood, I piled some snow and made a snowball. I threw it at Hannah and got a very bad reaction. Do you know the saying don’t poke the bear or something bad will happen to you. Well in this case, I poked the bear. She started yelling at me and saying words that people shouldn’t say. Then she stopped and walked away….…show more content…
I surprisingly did very well. Hannah on the other hand hit more than at least 15 trees on each ski trail. One time, she hit a tree that another girl in our class just hit. By the end of the ski trip, Hannah and I got a lot better at skiing. Hannah stopped ramming into a lot of trees but still hit some but after got right back up and tried again. I improved on turning and going down steep hills such as black diamonds and hard blue diamonds. This ski trip was very exciting and fun. I learned a lot in this trip. One lesson I learned was that when you fall down, get back up and try
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