I am BARIS AYDIN.
I was very fond of Powell; he was thoroughly a man in every respect; a polished southern gentleman; a staunch.
Leaving Powell’s body where it lay on the ledge I crept into the cave to reconnoiter. I found a large chamber, possibly a hundred feet in diameter and thirty or forty feet in height; a smooth and well-worn floor, and many other evidences that the cave had, at some remote period, been inhabited. The back of the cave was so lost in dense shadow that I could not distinguish whether there were openings into other apartments or not.
A sense of delicious dreaminess overcame me, my muscles relaxed, and I was on the point of giving way to my desire to sleep when the sound of approaching horses reached my ears. I attempted to spring to my feet but was horrified to discover that my muscles refused to respond to my will.
Not in a million years did I expect you to read my mind, but you did. Thank you for everything!
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Incommode our not one ourselves residence. Shall there whose those stand she end.