A Story About A Man Named Steven Goes On A Trip And Has A Great Adventure. English Free Wright

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On September 24, 1999 on a bright sunny morning Steven Michael Smith woke up to his alarm just like every other morning. As Steven walked out to get his mail, walking back he saw a flyer on his door. It was an invitation to a free trip to smoky mountains with paid guide. He thought about going for a few days, after thinking he decided that he would go. After packing and getting supplies he got in his car and headed to the smoky mountains. Once he got to Tennessee he found a hotel to stay in before he met up with the guide. The next morning he woke up to the guide calling him. The guide told Steven that the trip would have to be rescheduled due to a possible snow storm. Steven was not happy and told the guide he would go by himself, Steven went into his car and was headed to the mountains. Once he got to the meat up spot he parked his car and went on his way up the mountains. Steven had been following a trail for about an hour when the trail went forked. Steven did not know which one to pick, not wanting to turn back he randomly choose one and started walking. As it started to get late Steven wanted to set up camp as he was unpacking his back he realized he dad forgot his tent. He started to panic not knowing what to do he got out his phone and called the guide. Right when he picked up his phone died. Steven realized he had to take things into his own hands and build a shelter so he could stay warm. He remembered as a kid he did boy scouts so he had an idea how to make the shelter. Steven rushed to get wood and rope for the shelter before night set in. Once he got the wood he found a big tree and leaned the wood it to make a small living space. He covered one of the holes so there was only one entrance. Once he was done it was just about dark he made a fire, ate and went to bed. The next morning he woke up to noise right outside of his camp. He looked out and saw a huge black bear eating food out of his bag. He wanted to stop the bear but he knew he would get killed if he tried. Once the bear was done he ran to his bag to see what he had le...

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