The boys toughed through the snowy field, boarding all over and leaving their trails in the powdery scenery. With the skies clear and the winds still, they felt the thrill and rush of snowboarding across the arctic shelf.
However, they wanted an even bigger thrill, something that would surely put their names down in history as some of the biggest daredevils to have ever lived.
When they reached the bottom of the latest mountain they’ve conquered, they found a giant crack in the ground.
“There’s no way this is possible.”
“I can do it, and you’ll have to pay me thirty big ones.”
Donny stayed quiet for a moment, still looking down into the crevasse. Although he could see the bottom, he didn’t want to imagine just how intense the impact would be if somebody had fallen into it. He brought his attention to Rafael, who was leaning over and looking into the crevasse as well.
“There’s no way you’ll jump it, Ralf.” Donny said with certainty. “It’s too far.”
Rafael stuck his hand out, “Then pay up now, cuz I’ll make it across.”