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Alright guys so when you hear three loud whistles that is the sign for a lost bather search my counselor Jonny said to the junior Life Saving class in the summer of 2009 Oh and if you hear that make sure to stay calm and get as many life guards down to the water as fast as you can remember everyone will be as scared as you are stay calm and help others do the sameThwack thwack thwack The pounding of the hammer against the metal stake just behind the large stone fire pit at Greenwoods Camp in Decatur Michigan will forever be in my mind As the hammering subsides a faint memory tickles the back of my mind at first I cannot understand why it surfaces at the moment A memory of Jonny my counselor telling me that three whistles means a lost bather search As I slowly come to fear inducing conclusion that while I had been pounding away at the stake in the background there had been a constant blowing of three whistles Just as I realized this my old Counselor in Training Quad Rosenberg ran by shouting with a look of pure terror and confusion Is this real Is this Real As Quad ran by the counselor working on setting up arrowhead with us Greg Brooks jolted to his feet from his kneeling position above the stake in the ground and bolted to the golf cart mere yards away However those few seconds seemed to take an eternity as the look of pure horror on the two counselors faces finally fully hit home The two guys who I had looked up to for many years were just as scared as I was Gerbs What the h is happening I somehow squeaked out to my best friend of seven years Kevin GerbieNo idea Quad looked like he was gonna c himself He replied in a curious tone Dude three whistles that doesnt
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