It was the summer of 2005. John, Kyle, Sarah, and Bella met in the second grade, and have been inseparable ever since. Every year they traveled to St. Rose Cabins, which was in the woods of Montana. This was easily the highlight of their summer, but with their high schools years dwindling, as did the opportunities for this trip, so when their schedules opened up, they jumped at the this opportunity. This was going to be the best summer ever, or so they thought.
As the friends fun elevated, so did the giant, hybrid bears hunger. With all of the noise that the John, Kyle, Sarah, and Bella were making, the bear had more and more reasons to eat every single on of them. The bear awoke from his nap, and went to go the find his next meal.
This place that was once home to them, was no longer that, more like a nightmare. Once they left, they all soon came to the realization that this was most likely there last time exiting, but no one really cared. Soon they would go back to their normal lives, and St. Rose would just be a faded memory in the back of their minds.
As the sun fell asleep, the best friends from Michigan settled in for their last night at the campsite. They all went to the bathroom one more time before they went to bed, and that was when things turned for the worse. Suddenly they were lost at a riverbed, so they had to go back, but once they turned around, there was the bear, staring at them, stalking them. They tried to slowly move, but it was to no avail, as the bear chased them down the riverbed.
The enormous hybrid bear ran after the four friends, trying to get his next meal. The only way for them to run was through the river, so that's what they did. Luckily, the bear was not able to swim, and so it seemed as if they were able to finally escape the bears torment.
Finally in the clear, all they could do was stare at the physique of the bear. This huge, enormous, terrifying bear was moments away from ripping them limb from limb, but they somehow narrowly avoided death. This summer trip has turned for the worst, and it was time to go.