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The story starts with an attention getter The Robinsons are aboard a ship during a rough and violent storm The cowardly crew and captain abandon the ship stranding the family The father seems very religious and seems to know that God will help them out He is very optimistic The hopeful family stays aboard the ship over night hoping that the storm will calm down by morning In the morning the family hopes to swim to shore however the only ones who can swim are the father and the eldest son Fritz the oldest son recommends the use of wooden tubs to sail across like he had often done at home The family all gather supplies that they believe will be useful as the father constructs a Ship They gather miscellaneous objects such as guns oats telescope chickens hooks and tools Before they set off they discover two great Danes that were on the ship they fall in love with them quickly However they fear that the extra weight will cause them to sink So they take off without them Yet the dogs must of fell in love with the family because the plunged into the cold rough water and fallow them to the far off shore Once on land they build a makeshift tent and the foundation of a new settlement Safety Bay They eat a dinner of a giant lobster that had caught the youngest son Franz They soon explore much of the surrounding area and build many fine new settlements They two most important settlements are Rockburg and Falconhurst Rockburg is a cavern they find while attempting to build a cellar Fritz was chiseling away at the small hill and fell suddenly through This is declared Rockburg and the familys winter headquarters Falconhurst is on top a huge tree It is like a patio and has a very excellent set of spiral stairs This is the summer headquarters Every year
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