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#7 Erik chooses the left path (at the fork after the woodcutter)
Erik turned to the left, through the churned up snow. Surely with that many hoof prints there was a chance the black horse had come this way. But he had not gone far when he came to a wide, deep river with a fast-flowing current. Sturdy as his pony was, there was no way he could cross.
A little way up to the right, Erik thought he saw a bridge, but at least from where he stood, it didn’t look to be in the greatest shape.
“What do you think, Benton?” he asked his pony. “Should we head for that bridge? Or look for a ford?”
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Happy Birthday This Kid Reviews Books and Merry Christmas!
This Kid Reviews Books says
Thank you Ms. Jensen! Awesome cake! 😀 Merry Christmas to you and your family! I hope Santa brings Enzo LOTS of presents! I think I should look for a Chevy instead of a Ford! 😉 *heehee*
Julie Rowan-Zoch says
This adventure is so much fun – and it’s not MY birthday! Happy Holidays to you and the fellas!
Robyn Campbell says
Great job woman! :-)Merry Christmas and lotsa love from me to you. *waves and pops sugar to Enzo*
Hannah Holt says
So fun! (And Happy New Year!)
Maeve Frazier says
This is such a fun read! Great Job! Happy New Year to you and yours!