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My experience in: Being alone in a forest

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My experience in: (Being alone in a forest) All the students get bored of studying in the school. So they need an outing like a trip or a picnic. When I was in Class III, my school organized a trip to Manali. I was delighted and joined it. There were 77 students and 4 teachers in all. I bought tinned Cold Drinks and packets of chips for the journey. We all reported in the school at 7 a.m. on 17th June. We left Mussoorie at 8 o clock and started for Manali in two different buses. We all enjoyed on our way. It took about 7 hours to reach there. After reaching there we took shower and had our lunch. Then we rested for an hour in our Hotel. The hotel was situated near a forest. In the evening when we were playing in the hotel ground, I suddenly saw some pine trees at a distance loaded with pinecones. ...read more.


I decided to explore the forest. A range of mountains surrounded the place. I was very hungry; I found some wild berries and ate them. As I was going forward, I saw a stream flowing nearby. I had not drunk water for a very long time; so, I drank water to my heart's content. Then I washed my face and rested for a while. Now, I needed a warm place to spend the night. After some time, I started cutting the branches of trees with the knife I had. With the help of them I made a temporary house in a cave I found. In the night I lit a fire with the help of two stones and slept. I was sleeping nicely when at midnight I heard a grunting sound. When I woke I found a Bear trying to enter the cave. ...read more.


I threw that away. Now I opened some cans and ate the contents in them. I also found one fishing rod. I went out and caught a few fishes from the stream. I found one emergency light. In the night I switched it on. I read a book that I found and soon went to sleep. In the morning, I heard the sound of a helicopter. I quickly took a red cloth, went to an open place and waved it. The men on the helicopter saw me. They started to land. I got into the helicopter with them. I told them my story. Then I came to know that, the thing, which I threw away, was in fact an emergency transmitter by which helicopters could catch the signal of emergency. I told them where I lived. They took me home safely. I narrated my story to everyone there. Everyone appreciated my courage. It was really an unforgettable experience of my life. ------------------------------------------- ...read more.

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