Tilted Meadow Camp
Ni-T'o watched Nate and Gonzalo as they made their way down the canted terrain of the slide. He was glad to see them, but was worried for his cousin, T'cumu, who was clearly not present. He checked the horses, then began to climb rapidly, pulling himself higher with the aid of the leaning trees and bushes. A few minutes later he was in shouting distance.
"Hello! What of T'cumu?" He used . . .
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