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The Promise, Pt. 9 of 10. The clouds flowed away fast to the south, thinning and breaking up more, and a broad arc spanned the largely clear sky from east to west. It illuminated the landscape everywhere in an eerie light, and when sharp very bright rays started to form in its base high in the northwest, Dave was elated and awed. Already, he could hear their opponent's agony -- a distressful raspy hissing behind him.
"Ha! Ha! Ha! Try to get away from this, asshole! The only place for you to go now is Hell. Good riddance," he said.
The auroral rays only got brighter, more numerous, and reached higher -- overhead and beyond; the arc divided and looped in the east, toward the Meadows, like a mythical celestial serpent. In just a few more seconds, the tall grace
Victim of the Ice, Pt 3 of 4. Warren walked a short distance through the snow drifts between the silent dormant trees before coming to a narrow snow-blocked, seasonal road that led to the lake area just several hundred meters further. Despite the Moon being absent from the sky, he noticed an unusual brightness everywhere around him; it was when he looked higher up in the northern sky that he discovered the reason why. A strong display of the aurora borealis was building in visual intensity, and he was excited looking forward to watching it after the wood was sufficiently gathered.
When the road ended, he walked down an "open" trail near the open area of the lake. There was essentially no wind now, but an occasional light breeze would stir the dense cold air and sting his face. A large arctic air mass of very high barometric pressure was finally clearing the sky. It was fifteen below zero now, and in the early morning of the following day, the
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