My Impenetrable Fort (aka the
On Saturday I decided to make an impenetrable fort. The impenetrable fort would be, well, impenetrable. I lugged a fold-up couch into my room. When it is unfolded, it is a miniature bed. Then I placed it so that part of it lay under my desk. Since that particular part of my desk has a cube-shaped space, I had a refuge to hide in. The next step was to get a blanket. I raided my family’s store of extra blankets and took a reddish-pink one. With the addition of the blanket, the impenetrable fort could be used as a bed, and I could hide the fort.
Sunday was the day when the technology in the fort advanced by miles. I brainstormed a great idea for concealing the fort. The only telltale signs would be a slight bulge blanket where it shouldn’t be, and whatever was in the room that shouldn’t be there, such as imported materials from a country called “The Family Room”. I used it against some intruders who claimed to be my parents. Also, I made a roof. It doesn’t cover the entire fort, but it’s rainproof, or at least as rainproof as a cut up milk box and a plastic Gymboree® bag can be.
The impenetrable fort is truly impenetrable now. Who knows what improvements I can have in the future?