Hatchet ch.16 summary
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Brian thought of all of his first days like First Arrow Day when he had used pieces of his tattered windbreaker for a thread for the arrow. Also there was First Rabbit Day when he killed one the large rabbits with his arrow and skinned it himself. Then there was First Bird Day when he killed his first bird and cooked his first bird.
He became so good at catching fool birds and he even caught one with his bare hands. He took the feathers off of the birds and used them on the end of the arrow.
Brian had blood from the foolbird on his hands and so he went down to the lake to wash his hands off. When he turned around there was a moose. The moose came down on him like a runaway truck. The moose took him from the left side to her forehead then threw his back into the water.
Brian was trying to get out of the water and when he was almost out of the lake the moose turned around and attacked him again. She almost drowned him and his eyes and ears were filled up with mud and water. After the attack Brian was sure that he broke his rib. He slowly crawled back to his shelter.
When he got to the shelter he fell asleep. He was awaked by a sound. He woke up quickly and he knew that the sound he heard was something that was alive. He had a memory of the sound he knew that he had heard that sound before. It was the wind making a roaring sound. It was a tornado!!
The wind made the red coals and sparks make a cloud around him, and he whipped against the front wall of his shelter. The wind had destroyed everything. The wind made the lake have massive waves. The next morning he woke up and everything was gone. He was so upset, but instead of feeling sorry for himself the first thing he did was make a fire then he started to make a new shelter. He notice something in the lake it was the tale of the plane.
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