Monday, April 23, 2007
¡Muchas gracias a Sophos por la oportunidad de darnos a conocer!
Felicidades a Kerin, Marlon, Marlon (la perra) Kique y por supuesto a mi juas!
Ahi van algunas fotos
Friday, April 13, 2007
Al rato le pongo la traducción, ¡Que la disfruten!
He was a young man with no family so he worked every day. He didn’t even have a house because he lived on the train all the time.
One day they were headed for
When he was on the 3rd car, when he suddenly looked to the front and saw what looked like to be a person in front of the railway up ahead. He yelled and the conductor blew the horn but the figure would not move.
The train was forced to make a stop.
When he got back to the train he told the conductor what the lady had said. The man laughed so hard tears came out of his eyes. The conductor told him that the locals around that area were environmentalists and they would do anything to scare the people on the trains so that they would close the railway. When everyone laughed at him he felt pretty bad and he felt pretty bad so he ignored it.
When they were only about an hour from
The lady said to him “You are a young man and it wouldn’t be good for you to be in that accident”. Then after telling him that, she turned around and walked off into the woods again.
Then when he got back to the train and told everyone that, they laughed at him and told him that he was a person with a lot of imagination.
He didn’t care what anyone told him. He thought to himself if it was possible for a person to outrun a train? Can a person appear in front of a train and then about 78 kilometers appear again? He asked himself that question and he thought that it must be true.
When they got to
He set off into the other train that was going to the town of
On this train he didn’t get to check up top how he liked it instead he got to check tickets in case someone was a stowaway.
When they got to the town of
When he went to the main station where they had the radios and everything to communicate, he asked if his friends had reached their destination but he was told to hold on because they were busy.
He waited for two hours. Then finally the chief came out and said if he wanted to hear some bad news. He said if it was about the train that was headed for St. Anthony.
When he got prepared to hear it, he was told that the train had derailed in a curve and unfortunately there had been absolutely no survivors.