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You hear shots outside and rush to the window. The stable grounds are swarming with angry redcoats. “There’s no time to talk now,” you say. ” “Let’s go out the back door,” says the woman. ” Shots explode downstairs. The four of you reach the back door just as a redcoat kicks it open in your face! You go flying hard against the wall. Your breath is slammed from your lungs. You have a tough time getting it back. Things get hazy and start going around in circles. You’re vaguely aware of the children darting into another room.
He probably stole them from some Indian. Or from a relative who stole them from an Indian. Don’t know who he is, but he was right next to me a little while ago. He’s probably still chasing redcoats up the road a piece. ” “Thanks! ” you say, taking off out the door. You move up the road, past dead and wounded of both sides. The trees gradually thicken into another heavily wooded area, providing even more cover for the rebels. The British redcoats will stick out in these woods like sparklers on a clear summer night.
You stand up. ” Dan screams, drops his wood, and runs headlong into the forest, making more noise than you ever thought a single person could possibly make. He trips and falls, face-first, into the mud. You bite your lip to keep from laughing out loud. ” asks the older man coldly. The burly one called Louis just stares at you. And young Dan, his face covered with mud, glares at you. “Uh, nothing’s funny,” you say meekly. “I didn’t mean to scare him. ” the older one asks Louis. “Certainly not,” says Louis.
American Revolutionary Time Machine #10 by Arthur Byron Cover