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Steve Hart 11h
RT “I think we have licked his feet enough, now,” said the first voice. “I think we should crawl into the log with him, one on either side, to keep him warm...” Promise of Shaconage, Act 231: He ran and he ran...
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Steve Hart 9h
Timpoochee heard the loud screech of a raven just outside the house and moments later, without warning, an old man walked through the front door. Promise of Shaconage, Act 193: Screech of a raven...
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Steve Hart 2h
“But as time moved forward the people began to wildly outnumber the creatures and spread out all over the earth and began to crowd out the creatures..." Promise of Shaconage, Act 205: I think they fear us...
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Steve Hart 6h
RT : The water receded and only Timpoochee and his family remained until one day they heard the sound of music and dancing on the other... Promise of Shaconage, Act 171: A great torrent...
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Steve Hart 12h
RT : Promise of Shaconage, Act 109: His breath will burn them... “Standing together we will cause the rivers to run red with Yonega blood. They have destroyed many nations who stood..."
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Steve Hart 13h
RT “Because everyone by then knew of the threat posed by the Kanienkehaka warriors our towns were all forced to take defensive postures and..." Promise of Shaconage, Act 216: For a while they were successful...
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Steve Hart 12h
"Our people never sought to take from each other land or treasures. Yonega wants to take everything we have: our lands, our rivers, our creatures, our treasures." Promise of Shaconage, Act 220: Not sure who to trust...
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Steve Hart Apr 7
“Well,” said Lil, running her hand up Timpoochee’s arm. “Perhaps I should like to discover why you are chief.” Promise of Shaconage, Act 161: Here for the endurance...
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HapeyCabinRentals Apr 7
It’s 🌷 on the . 2:30pm April 6, 2020 We had to pick up our essential grocery order so we decided to escape our for a bit. .
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Cynthia Johnston Apr 7
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Steve Hart Apr 7
RT : “All pledges are made to be broken,” General Galvez chortled. “That is their only true purpose. Isn’t that right, Col. Dickson?” Promise of Shaconage, Act 146: Made to be broken...
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Chris Reonas Apr 5
“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Steve Hart Apr 7
The party walked into the fort and Timpoochee was shocked how it had changed since the first time he’d visited. Tidiness was gone, a casualty of months of Spanish siege. Promise of Shaconage, Act 151: Land belongs to you?
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Steve Hart 18h
“Did you notice, as we left the Yonega town, the spectacle of the party arriving by the road?” “It was hard to miss. Its leader was clothed as someone special.” Promise of Shaconage, Act 186: Showed me a path...
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Steve Hart Apr 4
RT : Promise of Shaconage, Act 69: What is going on here? “Those white men, they have come to capture all of us! Just now they tried to capture Timpoochee in a fight! They have bear men...”
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Steve Hart Apr 6
RT : Timpoochee sensed he knew the place. But he could not be sure. It seem both familiar and unfamiliar at the same time... Promise of Shaconage, Act 117: Voices in the valley...
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Steve Hart Apr 7
Recognition was difficult, vague. But the sight of that slave stirred something deep inside Timpoochee’s soul. He knew him. Or, as least, knew someone like him. Promise of Shaconage, Act 176: Someone like him...
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