Ship

“Ships sail the sea.”

Word 36: Ship

The wind was blowing a cold breeze off the ocean, as the ship moved across the water. She looked out at the water, the waves were crashing against the wood of the ship. She took out her telescope, looking to see if land was near by, and looked in all directions.

There was no land marks anywhere. Sighing she shook her head. That meant more days and nights on the ship. And although she liked it, the truth was they needed to get to land, to get more supplies. They had been sailing for three months already. With no land near by it could mean they would have to sail for another month.

She liked the adventure of sailing, but sometimes she just wanted to be on land. She looked out at the sea again. Guess that would have to wait.

“A little sailing boat ready for adventure.”

-Panda

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