This is how the story of Sean the Lifeguard continues. You can read the first part of this story here.
After a while looking for them, I realized I was not at any ocean, it was only the Hoover Dam. I decided to leave the water and started walking around, and after a couple of weeks, I realized that I had been looking only on the Arizona side, so crossed the line heading up to Las Vegas, of course, still looking for my family.
Once in Vegas it seemed like the entire world would eventually pass by me. So many people walking around that I would never find my family among all of them. Then, a brilliant idea came to my mind. If the last place where I saw my family was a cliff, then a cliff is the place I should be looking for. So I stood in a road for hitchhiking my way to a cliff, and ended up at the south rim of the grand canyon.
The Mexican people who found me in the road were heading up to the canyon, so they helped me out to walk all over the place, but could not find my family. These guys heard my story and asked if I would like to travel with them back to Mexico, they said Mexican geography had huge canyons so, my family might be there. I said yes and they gave me a ride all across the US, all the way down to Monterrey, Mexico.
I arrived to Mexico on December 2015, and have been looking for my family at all the mountains and canyons around the city.
…to be continued
Sean the Life Guard (CHE4) is part of a series of monster rocks created by students at Castle Hill Elementary in Austin, TX. Sean was found at Hoover Dam, Nevada and is on his way to Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
If you have found this rock or would like to continue this story, let us know!