Alcove Spring Stay
I woke up the next morning to a crack of thunder and the sound of rice spilling down on the treetop we rested under. The cattle was scared and were going insane in their wagon cage. One unlucky one managed to escape, and wandered into the pond, just as lightning struck it. Lets just say we had beef for lunch. Since the alcove was pretty wet and dangerous the pioneers, not us, started a fire with some dry wood and sang songs. I snuck off into the woods with my iPad and laptop. I used my build-a-shelter app to help me build a shelter and hung out there for the day. There I looked up tips for help, so glad we have self charging technology from 2150 with us. I found out how to make a harmonica using wood, and pretty much nailed it, I went back to camp to get the party started. The rest of the day we laughed, sang, and danced.
The next morning our last day, I helped with chores in the other wagons for pretty much useless junk. Or thats what they thought, I snuck off again with some leftover jerky and built some other stuff, I had worked for string and buffalo fat, not that gross surprisingly. I took an axe with me and claimed to go get more fire wood, which I used an app for, but I also used the internet to find out the making of a fiddle, I attempted to rub the fat to make the sounds work, and use the axe to get wood for the body, it was slightly squeaky, but it worked for about an hour, and again we had a blast. We slept the night and left the next morning.