Wednesday, September 12, 2012

George and the Wolf

            One day, George was on an airplane that was headed for California. In this plane, there were very few people. After getting settled in, the airplane prepared to leave Texas. The airplane took with no problems and the pilot set to cruse. After a couple hours of flying, the pilot announced that they were over one of California’s large forests. Then, all of the sudden, one of the engines began to have a malfunction. George noticing the turbulence looked out of the window. When he looked, he saw that the engine was being jammed by something small because George was unable to see what it was. Before George could think about it, the airplane was going down. The oxygen masks fell right afterword, hitting George in the face. For some reason, George was still looking out the window to see what was jamming the engine. While looking out the window, he noticed the ground was coming closer to him at a fast rate. Knowing what was soon about to occur, George braced for impact. The next time George was awake, half the plane was gone.
            Waking up after the crash was hard for George. At first, George thought he was dreaming when he saw half of the plane gone. But after taking a good hard look at the scene, he realized part of the plane really was gone. Immediately, George got up and began looking for survivors. After searching the few parts left from the plane, George found out he was the only one left. Luck for George, surviving in the wilderness seemed easy because George back home loved to watch the Nature Channel as well as Survivor Man. Though injured in the arm from the impact, George began to scavenge for anything that could be useful to his survival. In the mists of his search, George heard nearby howls. From listening, it seemed like there were five or six. George took what he could grab and began to run knowing the wolves would be following him soon. After running for an hour, night fell upon him. Somehow surviving the night, George packed his few things and walked east, or at least the way he thought was east. After a couple days of walking, it seemed like George was going in circles, so he decided to stay where he was and set up camp. While out near a lake trying to find food, George spotted a wolf, maybe one of the ones he heard the day he crashed. This wolf, however, was very sneaky and tricky. Every time George caught a fish, the wolf managed to scare him, making him throw the fish, and thus letting the wolf eat it. Eventually, the wolf and George were able to get along and survive in the wilderness together. Then, about a month after the crash landing, George was able to use fire to signal a plane.
            Without George’s knowledge on living on nature and living with the wolf, George would not have been able to survive. After being rescued, George said good bye to the wolf, the wilderness, and most importantly, to California. George was able to get back home safe and sound. From that day forward, George has told his family and friends about his adventures with the wolf and how he survived. Though it was scary, George still sometimes goes to California and goes camping with friends, hoping he will be able to see his old, but good friend and companion, the wolf.

1 comment:

  1. Try to include dialogue, and give more descriptive details.