APH - You and LibertyThey'd finally been given a bit of peace.More Like This
With the British laying low and the men at camp relaxed and in relatively high spirits, America decided to take a walk. A walk was no good alone, of course, so he tugged on the sleeve of a certain gangly redheaded Frenchman, who'd spent the vast majority of his day following General Washington around, begging for something to do. The relative lack of actions seemed to make him uneasy. America assured him that a walk would be good for him; he could take in the sights and stretch his legs, maybe take his mind off of the war for a while.
He and Lafayette made their way through the woods surrounding the camp, stepping over twisted tree roots and ducking under low-hanging branches, an occasional breeze blowing through the area as the sun sunk lower in the sky. While Lafayette seemed to be determined to discuss future war plans, America gently tried to steer the topic to something more carefree. Thinking of England made his stomach ache.
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