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Chapter 5

Abel sits on the rock as his catamaran collapses. Marooned on an island, he realizes he is nowhere near civilization. He thinks, how do rivers get crossed besides boats? Tunnels and bridges are two ways, but tunnels can flood and collapse. For Abel to die and never be found would be tragic because he is a great noble. He decides to make a bridge of some sort, yet it is impossible with the materials he has at his disposal. Exploring the island that day, he sees the rocks, trees, bushes and grass. They are extraordinary, but this adventure has been forced upon him because he wishes to be home with Amanda, his loving wife, his books, paintings and his other luxurious possessions. He will have to stay another night on the island, which has an abundance of edible plants. For dinner, Abel has wild carrots. His...

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