The Mystery Treasure(sydney roark)
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You found it!
No we found it.
Stanley and Zero derided to go back to camp, so they could find the treasure. Stanley was not sue if the wordan would see them or not. So when Stanley and zero got there Stanley wanted to stay quit.
Stanley was digging and then Zero wanted to get a shovel too. So then while Zero was gone Stanley kept digging and digging, till Zero gets back. Stanley wasn't going to give up, he really wanted to find that treasure.
When Zero had got back from getting a shovel, Stanley still didn't find the treasure, so Stanley wanted to dig on the side of the hole. Stanley and Zero went ahead and started to dig on the side of the hole. Then Stanley had heard a "thump" in the hole, so Zero helped Stanley. So now Stanley and Zero got there hands dirty, so they pulled it out then. They here Councillors, so the warden was so happy that the boys found it.
Me and Zero had hear people talking and we thought it was going to be the consular's. The voices were coming closer and closer. We didn't know what to do, so we just waited till they found us and we couldn't move because we had Yellow Spotted Lizards all over them.
The warden said that Stanley's lawyer came yesterday to pick him up. Stanley was a little confused because his parents didn't have a lawyer, cause they didn't have enough money for one. So the next day his lawyer was there again to pick him up, so she walked over to the warden and Stanley's lawyer saw Stanley in the hole with Yellow Spotted Lizards all over him and she was surprised and wanted the warden to get them out.
After they got home and Stanley brought the chest home, Stanley's parents were so excited to see him, as they got inside his parent were confused so they opened the chest, and they were so surprised that there were billions of dollars in the chest! Then Stanley had a pool party with friend from the camp! Stanley was so happy that he had broke the curse.
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