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    Tanner, questioned. “Sure!” I excitedly answered back. The sun had just set over the lake, and the breeze began to pick up. All the stars were out, and you could see the gleam of the galaxy beyond the trees. Tonight was a good night for anything. A fire, a boat ride, crawdad catching, fishing, and even swimming even though it might have been a little cold. Tanner beamed, “you get the flashlights, and meet me by the dock.” I shot into the cabin, grabbed the flashlights, and was down by the dock in seconds. The water was a clam and as clear as can be. No wonder the lakes name was Clear Lake. The moon shone off the water like crystals. Tanner was ready. He had already tied the minnow bucket to the dock, and his sleeves were rolled up three quarters of the way. His smile was spreading from cheek to cheek. As the glow of the flashlight hit the water, the crawdads were scrambling back into cover. My cousin would reach his hand into the lukewarm water and pull out a squirming crawdad, and place them in the bucket. After we had captured a band of crawdads in that area I shifted the flashlight over to my left. There were two crawdads fighting over a dead one. “Jeff come look at this!” Tanner and I whispered excitedly. Jeff strolled over to come see what we were so fired up about. He too thought it was super amusing to watch them fight. At that instant my cousin was just about to plunge his hand into the still water, and capture those crawdads. Suddenly a dark shadow came…

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    The three of us, being willed on by the attentive, watching eyes of our peers, went into the house to find a spot to sleep for the night. It was around eight o’clock, and the last glimpses of brilliant orange and pink light were beginning to fade into a star filled canvas. We first chose to explore the large, three story home, and then later choose a place to rest. I, against my will, was leading the pack because I had the flashlight. We walked towards the back of the house with the boards…

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    Then I zigzagged through the cave corridors until I came to the section where I would have to inchworm my way to freedom. I jammed my flashlight into my pocket and dropped to my hands and knees, trying to still my hammering heart as I began the long slide to the other side. Halfway through the tunnel, the ground beneath me rumbled then the ceiling beams creaked and groaned. Huge chunks of black stones fell directly in front of me, and a shower of dust filled the air. I coughed, threw my arms…

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    “Right here, guys,” Tom frighteningly told them. “What happened?” Brandon says. “Something touched me! On my neck! Its hands were so cold! Luckily, I swiped it, but turned off the flashlight while doing that. It must've opened again when the flashlight hit the ground,” explained Tom. “Let’s try to find another way out,” suggested Jerry. Looking around, they arrived to a room. “Is that a stove? It looks pretty old,” Tom investigated. “Its… warm. The stove was probably used until now,”…

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    The entire bedroom was enclosed in a blanket of darkness. I could hear my sisters, Lillian and Angela, breathing lightly as sleep came across them. I edged my way to the little bookcase next to my bed and my hand fumbled across it; I felt my horse figurines, a few hairclips, and a notebook, but I didn’t need those things now. Finally, my hand located my mini yellow flashlight I had earned at that year’s summer reading program. Grasping it tightly, I retreated to my pillow and reached underneath…

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    does something stupid,-” “He won’t.” he says firmly, cutting her off. Emily being stubborn, she huffed and turned on her heel, walking away from Preston. She doesn’t even know an Adam. Charging straight into her grey house, she plops herself on the couch. She begins staring at the snoring pig of a dog, sprawled out on the floor with a dark spot of drool, soaked up in the rug. Sighing, she drags her body over to her closet pulling out her worn out rain jacket, that has seen better days. Sliding…

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    what had he just said and he looked at me and told me a long story about how when he was a kid he got locked in a barn overnight and how in the morning when he woke up he felt as if he had been seen or spotted. He said he felt that feeling right at that moment and the last time he was stranded he had felt the same way right before someone spotted him and saved him. Well about fifteen minutes after he said that a seaplane had just appeared on the horizon above the trees. We had lit a four by four…

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    The Flashlight In this essay I the writer will be talking about the inventor David Mishell and the patent of his flashlight which he created at the time the 1896. I will be talking about what was going to through previously mentioned year and all of the events. Not only will I be talking about events around the world and this piece we'll also talk my inventors homeland. In 1896 the style that they mostly had was they wore suits and dresses in the daily most wore tailored cloth. Also during…

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    Expressing one 's creativity, quest for spiritual enlightenment, pursuit of knowledge, and the desire to give to society are examples of self-actualization. With the pursuit of self- actualization, you will realize your full potential in life. The dance concert was just that, the dancers had a motive and that was to fulfill their full potential. This was a great addition to the theatres productions, overall I thought it was fantastic. So great that I went to go see the production twice.…

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    To be grade military Flashlights Yours and your family’s safety are number one help yourself and grab your free of charge a military grade Shadow Hawk Flashlight you will not need to pay any money for a limited amount of time only shipping charges Much like how air help us stay alive, keeping an shadowhawk flashlight is important. And The best way to maintain safe . The shadowhawk flashlight is made for the job. Sleek in design and made with durable materials, Simply press a button and a…

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