Scouts Visit Grendel’s Children

3:35 pm activities, artificial boy, friends, photos

Today the Cub Scouts of Second Life and the Boy Scouts of Second Life took a field trip to Grendel’s Children. Boy Scout PL Wolverine Trodden Miles lead the trip. I think the best part about this trip was that we were allowed to explore on our own and report back to a meeting point after a while, instead of staring at the backs of the leader’s sneakers as usual.

I walked up to this cliff, and I just had to call all the other kids over. The view was so pretty. I set down a blanket and a couple kids sat on it to relax. It was as peaceful as it appears in this snapshot. However, a dragon appeared moments after this snapshot was taken! Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts shown left to right are wes Wylie, Kitto Flora, Felixe Thorne, Trodden Miles, Adz Childs, Christov Kohnke. Off camera is Jur Karas. Scouts Visit Grendel’s Children
We ran away^H^H^Hwandered around a bit more, and slipped in between some cracks in the rocks. We fell into a deep, dark, damp, dangerous cavern. I was scared for a bit. I even cried a little! But the other kids reassured me. I felt fine after a short time.
To me, with all its flat rocks, cliffs, and crevices, this whole region was all about finding cool places to pee off of or onto. But, I didn’t know all the boys there and was too shy to mention it or act on it. However, when I got to this underground cavern, the sound of the trickling water in every direction was more than I could take. I sneaked off to a nearby bush while the others waded in some murky water. I don’t think they saw me.
Adz Sneaks Off To Pee
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