She turns sharply and seems to light up when she notices me.
“Oh, thank god!”
“How long have you been here?” I ask as we now stand before one another.
“I was dropped off about an hour ago. I already caught and ate a couple deer, but ever since, I haven’t been feeling so well.”
“Maybe you didn’t cook it thoroughly enough. I have some water to boil. I’m gonna gather some materials to build a shelter then catch some food myself. Care to join?”
“Better than wandering alone in a place like this.”
Now together, we walk on. I use my machete to cut some bare branches for firewood, while the woman set up a makeshift tent with a tarp from her crate. While she was knelt down on one knee, I find myself looking over, checking out her nice, round rear end. I raise a brow and smirk to myself before I continue to gather more wood.
Written by Nero Hopps on 18 June 2018