Story 11 Written and Illustrated by Michael K Hofer
One morning Ellen and Wire Dog were going for a walk. They always see a nearby waterfall and they go further into the forest every day. One day Wire Dog saw the waterfall so he ran as fast as he could to the waterfall. When he braked he slipped into the cold water and Ellen dove in to save him. She swam to the shore with Wire Dog and explained how dangerous a waterfall is and what it can do. So from that day on Wire Dog just walks to the waterfall and feels the mist on his face. Wire Dog learned his lesson and his lesson was: stay away from dangerous places.
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