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4.12.08

Leaving the wilderness

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Because the wilderness is stuffed with fantastic food and, because Mahalath is an incredibly talented cook, we waste a huge amount of time in preparing and eating delicious meals. As we are both putting on weight and becoming reluctant to walk, coming across a town, we decide to collect some essential supplies, such as wine and horses. To celebrate, we raise our cups of Juan’s Special Reserve, and salute the bounty of the wild. Then, remembering that we must not attract attention, linking arms, repeatedly tripping, rolling down hills, bumping off trees, becoming entangled in thorns, crashing around in circles, yelling and shouting with excitement, we leave the peace-filled abundance of the wilderness for the bustling crowds of the city.

 

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