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🌺🌺Part 20

  • There's no place to hide if something happens in these flat areas. he was grumbled. Mrs. Petunia,
  • In some places, the grass is so tall we can hide behind them. she said. Mrs. Sorrel,
  • There's Silver anyway, it can hide us. So I'm not worried at all. she said. Silver,
  • Good people usually live around here, but still, we should be careful. It will take time for Hangman to reach us, we must reach Fox Den town as soon as said. They drove north all day. Towards evening, they came across nomads who had pitched their tents on the shore of a lake. Nomads were on horseback, gathering their sheep, horses, and camels behind temporary fences. The barking of dogs and the sounds of animals were all around. When the watcher nomad saw them, he immediately rode his horse towards them. Gıpgıp rode his horse forward and greeted the nomads and asked if they could spend the night by the lake. Nomad carefully surveyed the caravan of two women, a child, and a goat cub. Then a wide smile spread across his face,
  • We will be pleased to host you in our tent. he said. Mrs. Sorrel,
  • Don't bother, we can spend the night right there by the lake. she said. Nomad laughed,
  • No trouble, we like guests, you don't have to be afraid. he said. Gıpgıp,
  • We accept your kind offer. He said. They rode their horses towards the great tent. Next to the big tent were ten more tents. Mrs. Petunia,
  • I've never seen tents like this before. she said. As the nomad dismounted his horse,
  • They are our homes, we take them wherever we go. he said. Twelve children between the ages of two and ten came out of the big tent before his speech was finished. They surrounded the incoming guests and rushed cheerfully, saying "Welcome". After the children, two tall women appeared at the door of the tent. Smiling,
  • Welcome to our tent. they said. Mrs. Petunia and Mrs. Sorrel felt more comfortable after this warm welcome. Nomad man, to Gıpgıp,
  • Let me show you where to tie your animals. he said. Gıpgıp said Miss Petunia, Miss Sorrel, you come in, I'm coming too, and he pulled horses and mules behind the nomadic man. Silver was still in the mule's saddlebag. İt was looking around calmly. When they came to the fence section where the horses were put, other nomads came along. After they all said welcome, they helped unload loads from the horses and mule. They laughed a lot when they saw Silver in the saddlebag. Gıpgıp,
  • If you don't mind, can Silver roam free? he asked. Nomad the first to meet Gıpgıp,
  • It can not be lost from here, is it? he asked. Gıpgıp,
  • No, it can not be lost from here, it's my friend, we all wander together. he said. Nomad,
  • You know, if it moves away from the tents, it might encounter wolf packs. We don't want wolves attacking the goat cub. he said. Gıpgıp,
  • Don't worry, it does not leave from by the tents. he said. After placing the horses and mule, they showed Gıpgıp in which tents they would stay. After leaving Mrs. Petunia and Mrs. Sorrel's saddlebags to their tent, Gıpgıp placed his saddlebag in his tent. Together they headed towards the big tent. The weather was starting to cool. When he entered the big tent, he saw that everyone was talking and laughing with joy. He noticed three long rectangular floor tables were arranged in a (u) shape. Floor mattresses made of sheepskin were placed around the floor tables. The children were running around in the tent. The women were setting the table with food, and Mrs. Petunia and Mrs. Sorrel were helping them. In contrast to the cold and darkening air outside, the inside of the tent was warm, bright, cheerful, and peaceful. Nomad told Gıpgıp to take off his boots when entering the tent and showed the place where everyone took off their boots at the first entrance of the tent. Gıpgıp headed over to Mrs. Petunia and Mrs. Sorrel, and as everyone spoke in unison, there was a sudden silence in the tent. Concerning the old man, who was almost two meters tall, who entered the tent door,
  • Welcome, bey. they said. Bey,
  • Good evening, tent people. He said. Then back to Gıpgıp,
  • Welcome to our tent, dear guests; he greeted them.
    Mrs. Petunia, Mrs. Sorrel, and Gıpgıp responded to this greeting. Sir,
  • Here you go, if the food preparations are complete, everyone said to the head of the table and he sat on the floor in the middle of the floor tables arranged in a (u) shape. They showed, Gıpgıp, Mrs. Petunia, and Mrs. Sorrel the places close to the bey on the floor table. After the meal, everyone started asking questions curiously. They said they went to the land of Ruby. They hid the events with the slave traders and the fact that they were going to the town of Fox Den. The slave traders who were after them would go this way and meet these people. Bey warned them of the dangers of the roads, said that when they entered the desert, water stocks should be plentiful and that they should not forget to move according to the north star. Gıpgıp, Mrs. Petunia, and Mrs. Sorrel listened carefully and thanked them. The night progressed and everyone retired to their tents to sleep.

The story will continue tomorrow, thanks for reading🙂🙂

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