1. How is Dr. Friedman-Bernal described as she makes her moonlit hike in the desert?
Dr. Friedman-Bernal's is described by the way her shadows appear on the landscape. Sometimes her shadow looks like a heron, other times her shadow looks like a stick-figure from an Anasazi pictograph. The author also compares her to Kokopelli, in visible form.
2. How did Dr. Friedman-Bernal make it appear that she was going to Farmington?
Dr. Friedman-Bernal told everyone that she was going to Farmington and then did several things to make it appear that it was her destination. She had checked with everyone on the team to see if they needed anything from town. She had told everyone that she had to get away to see a movie, eat dinner a restaurant, smell exhaust fumes, and make phone calls. She left so that no one could see that she wasn't headed toward Farmington.
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