Ideas. "My head is filled with ideas" Brian Robeson said. Like an overflowing cup of water, Brian couldn't hold all his ideas together. But. There was always but. "Which ones would work? How many would them fail?" Brian thought.
Creating The Idea
Brian finally found the perfect idea, the golden opportunity to finally find real food. Brian was excited because he was tired of eating the berries that he got from the trees.
Testing His Idea
The idea Brian had caught in his brain was to grab a long stick and sharpen it with his small hatchet. He thought the length and sharpness of the stick would surely pierce through and catch a fish.
Brian had many ways to create his so called "perfect idea" but he chose a specific one that seemed the most easiest one. He simply grabbed his hatchet and sharpened a long piece of wood.
When Brian finished his idea he was filled with excitement and when straight to hunting. He had some troubles at times but he finally caught a fish.
Right after Brian Robeson caught his very first fish he quickly ran to his fire to cook his very first meal. When he started to eat he was so happy because he didn't taste the taste of food for so long.