Diving in the Sea
While I was diving in the sea, I found a sunken ship. It seemed like it was there for years. The ship looked like it was from the Battle of Midway. It was a big, metal battleship and had some weird symbol on the side. I was so amazed by such an old ship I found at the bottom of the sea.
I decided to take a closer look and go inside the ship. When I got inside, I saw crushed jars, cannonballs, and a lot more. Some bones were lying around from soldiers, I believe from the Battle of Midway. The search around the battleship was astonishing because I felt like I was part of the battle. I also found a chest that belonged to the captain, I would believe.
It was coming to the end of the day, and I had to get back to shore. Before I left, I grabbed a small piece of the ship that looked like an ancient coin. I came up from the ship at about 5:30 at night. I took off my swimming gear, put them in my backpack, and put on my actual clothes. Instead of stopping to get some food, I ran straight home. When I came running in the house, my mom asked me why I was breathing so hard. I told her that I would tell everyone at dinner.
At dinnertime, I promise, I told everyone why I came in running. I explained that while I was diving in the sea, I found a ship from the Battle of Midway. Everyone stopped eating and listened as I explained the adventure. All the details were so in-depth that everyone stared in amazement and shock.
I finished the end of the story after 25 minutes of telling it. After I finished the story, I showed them the piece that looked like an ancient coin. My whole family stared in amazement at the piece of metal. I told my mom that I was going back tomorrow to investigate more. She thought that I should bring my waterproof camera to get pictures of the ship.
After dinner, I went up to my room to put my backpack together for tomorrow’s adventure. Mom came in and gave a gift for no apparent reason. I opened it and saw a brand-new underwater camera to take pictures with. She told me that I could take as many pictures as I wanted to and she would print them out. I gave her a really big hug, told her good night, and went to bed.