Event That Changed My Life

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An event that changed my life:
Most of the people like to go either on beaches, eating in exclusive restaurants, living in expensive hotels or travel to other countries as their way of relaxation; however my mode of relaxation was completely different. My friends and I like to go on far away quite lakes to spend some time in tranquility. After the complicated life of urban life, intense traffic, polluted air and endless problems, union with nature seemed to us the most worthwhile way to relax. It happened last year. We decided to go on a distant lake called Green lakes for three days. We loaded our van with a camp, stoves, blankets and lots of food item. In the summer, the forest looked beautiful. The trees were full of berries and mushrooms were everywhere. The unbelievable silence prevailed everywhere that was occasionally interrupted with only by birds or insects. The Green lake had very low temperature water, even on the hottest days. When I even touched it, my feet shivered from its chilliness. We camped near the lake. Soon, every one got busy with fishing, swimming and playing fames. Sometimes, we left two people at the camp, and went to discover some other interesting places. During one of these trips, we had to cross a deep and narrow river which had such a strong current that we could not swim across it. This place was wild and of course there was no bridge. We solved this problem with the two planks of wood. Half of us crossed the river without fear but when my turn came, the fear thrilled though my veins. I was not a good swimmer therefore it was a serious problem for me. I tried not to be afraid and said to myself, “yes, you can do it”, and started going. My legs were trembling but I continued to keep my balance. When I was watching my steps, I could see the strong current. Yet I kept saying myself. “A few more steps and you are done.” At the moment when I was half way across, suddenly, the log turned and lost my balance. I fell down on the log...
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