The Kalahary Desert (Chapter 8, page 1 of 2)


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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

The castle was about to be build up beneath a new world and underneath new places to visit or to watch at, so as the Phantenon castle. The castle is being lifted up and, as they had a water drainage system, they were in need for some water cushion beds that might show up after having to dig out for the spring of water that was there without they even had to know this.

To continue with, they all wandered to catch up with with their „pray”, Anca Vladescu, who was there and she was in search for water. They only had cactus there the Desert of the Kalahary and as they were in search for water, they could find vegetation and they had nothing to do with fruit in the Desert of Kalahary. The cactus had contained water, but it was not to be drunk, as a matter of fact. They all drank water out of a jar of water, as they strolled like hungry dogs upon a prairie...

The hungry dogs were not at home, while at hunt. They have never eaten a pray for the entire evening and they tried to catch up for the girl, who went there by midnight and she did not roller-blade, and she had gone by bicycle to school. When she had arrived there, she realized she had been followed by hungry wolves, not puppies, and by a man underneath the Earth.

The so called "Old Granda-Pa” (he is from the dead world beneath the cushion bed of water and he enjoyed the idea of following a girl in her teenage. That girl was me, and I was, by surprise, followed by a stroller who walked and walked underneath the bed of water to encounter the girl.

To continue with, the stroller was, in fact, a man who died young and he was a man of courage and competition, who was all right to the idea of riding a bicyclete by mid-day during that afternoon. The idea was that he was on the point of verge of doing something interesting and fascinating, and he had been a very nice man, a man of great spirit and wittiness, which means that he had to follow up to the girl, who was Anca Vladescu.

To put things rightfully and straightforwardly, the stroller meant that he was a great deal of remembrances, not altogether rightfully and straightforwardinglly paternal-like-branch, which means that he had lifted up for an eyebrows and put a swore to catch up for the girl. As a matter of fact, Anca Vladescu had been at school, and the stroller rode her bicyclete while Anca Vladescu knew nothing of this fact.

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