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Childhood Memories

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Childhood Memories It was the first time ever going on holiday for me. The place we were staying at for the week was a mysterious place called Centre Parks. Although the name didn't really sound very exciting to me, but then I found out it was in Nottingham Forest. That's were Robin Hood and his merry men lived; I really loved watching that film. I started to wonder to myself if I'd meet little John? He was one of my favourites, I thought of myself running through the forest with bows and arrows strapped on our back being chased by the evil sheriff of Nottingham( he would think he was gaining on us but really he was heading into a dastardly trap which me and little John were cunningly leading him into, and all the merry men would be hiding in the high leafy trees and under thick bushes waiting); now I was really excited. I was sure it to be an adventure of epic proportions. It turned out to be a great adventure, but not quite what I'd expected. We started our epic journey from Rhyl to Nottingham Forest at precisely 06:00 hours. The estimated time of our journey was four gruelling hours. ...read more.

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We were all by ourselves in the thick of the woods with no one else anywhere (when looking back we had neighbours very close by, hidden by strategically placed trees). The first day was out of this world, the pool, it was awesome I remember swimming inside and then going out through some see through flaps and I was out side with trees growing out of the pool, they reached so far up to the sky that I couldn't seem to see the end of them. The stars were so bright and the pool seemed to glow in the dark and it was snowing and I was in my swimming trunks, at night in a fantastic pool that had slides, water falls with rapid water to ride down and it was way past my bed time! Wow this was only the first day this was going to be better then I thought. The next day Jake, David and me joined a football club and we could go all week. I really enjoyed foot ball and liked to be the goalie. All of us set off through the forest I thought it was good that this forest had roads but that there were no cars on them, only lots and lots of bicycles. ...read more.

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bark of an oak tree and slid down to the floor where he lay with his arms and legs splayed pointing to the sky dazed and motionless, I thought I'd killed him but he then sprang to his feet and scampered away up the nearby tree. My finger was pouring with blood. I was crying. Crying until I had no more tears left inside me. I looked over to my brother and David thinking that they would come rushing over to help me. But no, they were both rolling around on the floor clutching their sides laughing hysterically, with tears streaming down there face because they were laughing that hard. I really hated them at that moment. I ran to my mum who cleaned my finger up and kissed the two teeth marks better. To top it all off my mum put a big Robin Hood plaster on my finger and gave me a bow and arrow set. This set had a hat that I'd seen the merry men wearing in the big dinning hall that we hand gone to have dinner at the night before. I stopped feeding the squirrels after that horrific mentally scaring incident that still haunts me; and to this day I have never fed another squirrel. WORD COUNT = 1,667 ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 Morgan Porter 10 U ...read more.

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