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It seemed like a good idea at the time. As an enthusiastic hiker, I’m always looking for new places to explore. So, last summer, when my friend Eric suggested going hiking in the mountains, I jumped at the chance. It was a warm and sunny morning when we set off and we felt happy and excited.
Little did we know that our trip would end in disaster!
Later that day, we spotted a cave on the other side of a river. We thought it would be fun to look inside and, as the water was shallow, we decided to cross the river. I was half way across when all of a sudden I slipped on a rock and twisted my ankle.
I was unable to stand. Eric rushed over and helped me back to the shore, but I couldn’t walk a single step by myself. Luckily, Eric had remembered his mobile phone and he called for help.
Back at home, I reflected on the day’s events. Even though my ankle still hurt, I felt relieved that we had managed to return safely. “Thanks, Eric,” I told my friend. “I couldn’t have got back without your help.” Eric smiled. “I’m just glad you’re OK,” he said.