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An earth tremor. ’ said Hex. ’ They had stopped in a clearing to see if it was suitable for their camp. While Li looked for water and Alex and Amber checked the tree canopy for broken branches that might fall on them, Paulo and Hex checked the ground to make sure there were no swampy patches. Now Hex was looking at a row of stones like cobbles about a metre high. They continued in a straight line into the undergrowth. Paulo joined him. He brushed away some earth on the top of the wall with his hands.
Amber and Alex consulted their maps. They hadn’t even set off but the tiniest detail, easy to miss, could make all the difference. ‘Left,’ said Alex. Paulo walked on. After a little while, the ground to the left fell away into a steep slope. Alex looked at the map. ’ Amber looked at her map. Everything had to be checked. She nodded, showing it to Alex. ‘Yes. This ridge line. ’ ‘Dios,’ said Paulo. He suddenly had visions of blundering over a precipice, his heavy bergen pulling him over like a lead weight.
Even though Paulo was alert, when he saw the landscape change, he felt like he had been shocked out of a sleepwalk. ‘What’s that? Over to the left? ’ The others followed where he was pointing. The trees on the right-hand side were not nearly as thick. Beyond, there seemed to be some large open space. ‘Brilliant,’ said Hex. ’ Paulo hacked into a tree with his machete, carving a shape like an arrow so they knew where to come back to. They picked their way through the vegetation. Ahead, the tree canopy disappeared and brilliant blue sky showed through.
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