Author: Don Fraser
As I was driving the air boat through the Everglade swamps the motor stopped on the boat. When it quit the boat was half sunk. It sat deep in the dangerous waters where there were poisonous snakes and alligators that were big enough to eat a man. I admit that I was scared. There was no one around for miles. I climbed as high as I could on the propeller support, but I was still frightened, what if the boat sank. Then I would surely be bitten by a poisonous snake or be eaten by an alligator.
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