Wild West - Chapter 6 - Part 2
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Every now and again they caught a glimpse of a woman inside a house, and they all wore similar clothing. A long robe in any bright vivid colour one could imagine. Some wore pink, some green, others blue or red, or even yellow. Judging by the constant yelling, they appeared to be very busy with the children – which there were plenty of. Looking at the many children inside, they then realized that walking amongst them were children also, no older than 12. All men, and children, capable of work were out on the streets and on their way to work.
Walking through town, they got a sense of just how huge it actually was. After every corner they turned there was another, longer, street, similar to the one they just came from. There were many fewer saloons that they were used to as well. Nearly all buildings were domestic.
They tried striking a conversation with several men, but to no avail, until one of the children made out that they were knew and lost, and approached them on his own.
“Not from around here, ey?” The boy who couldn’t have been older than 15 spoke like a 40 year old adult. “Let me guess, you came from the outside?”
“That obvious?” Tom replied, to which the boy nodded “yeah,” then shook his head no, accompanied by a quiet “stupid.”
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