Arekusu's Advice*WARNING: RITORU KUMA SCENE SPOILER!!!!*
Arekusu turned around and sees Ino jogging towards her.
When Ino gets close to her, Arekusu asks her "What is it Ino?"
When Ino caught her breath, she said to Arekusu "You know Kuma?"
"Well, he's been training himself to near-death ever since we've gotten reports of Orochimaru's appearances from all over and with the possibly that he'll attack the village again."
Arekusu nodded. She remembered that Kuma is here so he can get revenge on his tribe, whom Orochimaru and a couple others slaughtered 'cause his mother couldn't heal Orochimaru's damaged arms.
Arekusu asked "Yeah, but why are you telling me this?"
Ino replied "Well, he's been working himself too much and I'm worried that revenge will get himself killed or something like that. So, since you know what he is going through better than I do, I would like you to talk to him."
Arekusu kinda caught herself. She remembers the dram
I have seen the Nativity...
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life."
I opened my eyes and found myself in the middle of a desert. I have my clothes, boots, vest, and cowboy hat with me, but nothing else. Not even a bottle of water, but I won't need it since it's nighttime.
Then, I saw a light in the sky.
A star, I think.
It was shining over a distant town north of me.
Needing to find shelter and whatnot, I headed towards the town, but I was actually mostly following the star. It wasn't easy, with the sand and all. But I kept on walking to it.
About a hour, more or less, I've reached to the town. I saw a small boy with his donkey, walking down the street.
I walked towards the boy and asked "Hey, young one. Where am I?"
The boy looked at me and he answered (in a normal tone, as if he didn't noticed my clothes)
PP: "Pouched Saber"
South America, 2 million years ago, Late Pliocene
Prehistoric Park is a preserve with prehistoric animals not seen for millions of years. From the Ostrich-like Ornithomimus that eat like ducks to the South American Terror Bird to the giant insects of the Carboniferous era to the female Deinosuchus in her private pond.
While wildlife adventurer, Nigel Marven, plans for his next adventure, head keeper Bob is heading out to feed the newly-arrived Troodon, who is in his enclosure. But, he does it with 3 other keepers helping.
Bob: Usually, I would feed animals about the Troodon's size by myself. But, this bugger here is almost nothing but trouble.
When the Troodon first came to the park, it was a stowaway in Nigel's jeep. It was so troublesome that it scared
Cowboy, Princess, Dinosaur4
In a few minutes after Aslan disappeared, Poncho and Behemoth got on a road that leads to Cair Paravel.
In about an hour or so (with a few short breaks for Behemoth to eat and both of them getting water from streams), they were told by a talking hedgehog (the biggest one that Poncho has ever seen) that Cair Paravel is another hour walk from where they were (the hedgehog was mostly surprised of Behemoth, saying "Oh, Boomer! Your friend here, Son of Adam, is bigger than a centaur or even an elephant").
It's been 30 minutes since they talked to that Hedgehog and Poncho's not exactly a happy camper.
"Man," Poncho said "don't you think that Aslan would've given us a easier way to get to Cair Paravel?"
Behemoth replied "Aslan knows all. He thinks gooder."
"Don't you mean he knows better?"
"Yes. He thinks gooder."
"No, you mean....never mind."
Poncho just kept on walking and said in his head 'If we don't get to Cair Paravel soon, I'm going to blow
Cowboy, Princess, Dinosaur3
Poncho was pretty shocked and spooked. You would be too if your Great-Grandfather's fossil turns into a living dinosaur!
As the dinosaur shakes off the parts of earth that is on him, Poncho can see that the this Stegosaurus is about 14 feet tall and 30 feet long. It's plates look like kite-shaped shields sticking out of it's back and has 4 spikes on it's tail (two on both left and right) that seem better than the horns of some rodeo bulls Poncho knows (he has a grandpa who owns a rodeo). The comparison of Poncho and the stegosaur (even to Aslan) is like comparing the size of a Shetland pony with a Mustang.
Then, Poncho looked into it's eyes and sees that it's head is around the size of a average-sized dog head. It's gaze are like that of a sheep's, relatively stupid and such (even though I wouldn't call animals stupid). It let out a grunt that sounded like a cow's grunt when it's trying to understand something.