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You should have thought of that,” says the youth. His arms are also loaded with firewood. ” You crawl closer, to get a better look at them. “Say, I’ve an idea,” the youth says. ” asks the burly man, searching for a good grip on the tree. He quickly settles on the tip of the branches. 18 “It’s not as if we’ve enlisted,” replies the youth. “Perhaps not, Dan,” says the older man, “but General Putnam has ordered us to stay together for the time being. ” “Good. ” asks the young Dan. “Because icicles can’t run,” says the older man, answering for Louis.

It’s Paul Revere! You throw the rock at the visible Indian and hit him on the arm. That Indian won’t be shooting any more arrows today, anyway. But the other two, bow and arrow ready, rise up from the foliage and prepare to shoot at you! Revere, still behind his horse, fires his musket at one. The Indian falls. While the other turns around, momentarily wondering which person he should shoot at first—you or Revere—you rush down the slope. Its angle lets you work up a tremendous speed. You collide with the Indian and roll with him down the slope.

The situation amuses him. “This ain’t war. This is just a little shootin’. I was gonna shoot anyway. ” Terrific! you think to yourself. You can’t help but notice that the redcoats are continuing to fire, while the rebels are retreating into the woods—probably heading toward Concord. “Let’s get out of here,” the kid says. “Before we’re the only ones left, uh, standing,” you observe—to yourself, as it turns out. The kid has already taken off; he’s a blur darting into the woods. In fact, he’s running like a greased rabbit.

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