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Tribes of Anowara: Crumbling Mountains Chapter 12
 A mist twisted through the trees as the Kayéil’ Kushtaka and Kígáat, fighters and not, wounded and not, adults and not, followed Tl’áak’ through the forest. The trees were thick, tall and old, and the trail was uneven and covered in roots. The sea was unseen and unheard, and the only water heard was a light dew that accumulated and dripped from the branches, leaves and moss. Birds chirped and squirrels chittered high in the canopy, seemingly unaware of the massive crowd of people coming through the forest. At last, at the very end of the trail, was a clearing. It was flat and small: only barely large en
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Tribes of Anowara: Crumbling Mountains Chapter 12
 A mist twisted through the trees as the Kayéil’ Kushtaka and Kígáat, fighters and not, wounded and not, adults and not, followed Tl’áak’ through the forest. The trees were thick, tall and old, and the trail was uneven and covered in roots. The sea was unseen and unheard, and the only water heard was a light dew that accumulated and dripped from the branches, leaves and moss. Birds chirped and squirrels chittered high in the canopy, seemingly unaware of the massive crowd of people coming through the forest. At last, at the very end of the trail, was a clearing. It was flat and small: only barely large en
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Tribes of Anowara: Crumbling Mountains chapter 9
Kanat’á hurriedly struck a small piece of iron on a larger piece of flint, attempting to get a spark to catch on a sliver of cedar bark on the flint. “How’s it coming along?” Dleit asked holding a bit of wood for their fire. “Trying. Just get the wood in place.” She said. “I really don’t want to be out here in the dark if half of the stories about them are true.” X’aan said. “Trying to get the fire going, stop worrying.” She continued to strike it several more times in vain, “I just had to grab this flint, didn’t I!?” After a few more strikes, she m
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Tribes of Anowara: Prologue
It was a misty autumn afternoon, nearly evening. The sea sat calm, and the wind blew silently, unfeelable. Drops of dew clung to the needles of the trees: Cypress, Cedar, and Pine. Kenéil sat upon a boulder on a gravelly beach, gripping his spear and looking out to sea looking for signs of seals. He too felt the droplets embrace his fur, but he did not mind, his kind loved the water. His kind were the Kayéil Kushtaka, or Peaceful Otter People, in their tongue. The Kayéil Kushtaka were a relatively new race in Anowara, only existing for the last millennia. Physically, they were similar to river otters, only they had opposable t
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October 11, 1996
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Thanks for all the birthday wishes!
It means the world to me that there are so many people I've never met in person who care enough to do so! I've had a great time so far, and hopefully I'll have an even greater time to come! A friend of mine wants to take me deer hunting soon on his family's big and unhunted property, and the salmon and trout are running all over, so I'll have loads to do! Thank you all again!
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I finally found my camera's first SD card...
Which means I can finally share some photos, and to my greatest joy, a video of a Navajo hoop dance that I filmed at the Museum of the American Indian! Enjoy! There's hopefully more to come!
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Aaaand I'm home
That was easily one of the most fun, insightful, and delicious trips I've ever been on. Poland's a land that's been through so much the last 300 years; partitions, independence, invasions, communism, and now today, where they're steadily recovering. I loved the food, which included a lot of sausages (kishka and kielbasa foremost), and plenty of beer (zywiec foremost); I also simply have to mention that I was so spoiled by Germany's beer that I'm not sure can never drink something as simple as Coors ever again. I loved the scenery, with it's great cities, and beautiful countryside with all kinds of interesting animals (roe deer, boars, buzzard
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Thank you kindly!
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY WISHES!!
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THANK YOU VERY MUCH, MY FRIEND!
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Happy Birthday!:D (Big Grin) 
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Thank you Jacob!