Here is my writing that I published in class.Its based on a true story that happened to my friends and I.
I love spending time with them. They are some of my greatest friends. There names are Bryony and Hunter. The first photo is of me and Bryony and Hunter and the second is a mob of Kangaroos near their dam.
Whenever we have a holiday, my family always goes to Australia to stay with the Donald family. I remember the last time I was there, we had an interesting walk around the fields nearby their house.
Bryony, Hunter and I were walking up the hill to see the lambs. When we got to the top we saw some kangaroos hopping around in the distance. They were big red kangaroos, hopping around in the wide-open space. They looked so free.
We decided to keep going on, so we went up to the woods where the lambs and sheep were. When we finally got to the lambs, they were all so cute! Walking around on there little legs I love the lambs I wish I could live near animals, because I love them so much.
As we were walking further we saw a dead lamb. It was probably attacked by a fox. It was lying there all alone. Flies were flying all over it. It was bloody and gross – not a pretty sight. Everybody looked away and decided it was time to go.
We went on to the shed by the dam. It was a small metal shack. It was rusty all over and looked like it had been there for a very long time. The door was open so we pushed the door open and went inside. There was a fireplace, a rake and a couple photos on the wall. There was a wooden chair that looked like it would break if we sat on it. The table was in the same shape with a few cracks on top.
“This place is so dusty! Somebody should clean it,” I said.
“People used to sleep in here,” Bryony said.
I looked out the door looking over the dam. The shed was near the deep end where the snakes liked to stay. I know they don’t do this, but I’m always worried some snakes will jump out at me.
We decided to go back to the house. I love going to Bryony and Hunter’s house. It’s a lot more fun in the country than it is in the city!