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Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

I love seeing how life has changed over time.

We aren’t supposed to know, of course, but there have been others. Or at least they passed through.

Me too. There are so many different fields of study that I wish I could go into but I don’t have the time or the money for more than one profession. Paleontology was always an interest of mine, but zoology and ecology seemed like more pressing concerns that I could be of some kind of immediate help to.

I’m not entirely surprised to hear that.  We’re not supposed to know a lot of things, apparently. Which is a crying shame, honestly.

When did you want to go hiking?

I was always into those too. And archaeology!

I… Yes. Sometimes it’s best to keep quiet about what you know.

Hm, next week maybe? I’ll have more time then.

I actually wasn’t much for archaeology. Didn’t care so much about the human side of ancient history as I did the environmental.

Yeah…keeping things team close to the chest. It’s hard though.

Next week works for me.

I love just learning about the history of the area… Discovering it, since that’s the only way. You’re right, it’s a shame.

I’ll see you next week, then!

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indigo-a-creeping:

The old abandoned swimming pool, filled with rainwater.

indigo-a-creeping:

The old abandoned swimming pool, filled with rainwater.

Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

I love seeing how life has changed over time.

We aren’t supposed to know, of course, but there have been others. Or at least they passed through.

Me too. There are so many different fields of study that I wish I could go into but I don’t have the time or the money for more than one profession. Paleontology was always an interest of mine, but zoology and ecology seemed like more pressing concerns that I could be of some kind of immediate help to.

I’m not entirely surprised to hear that.  We’re not supposed to know a lot of things, apparently. Which is a crying shame, honestly.

When did you want to go hiking?

I was always into those too. And archaeology!

I… Yes. Sometimes it’s best to keep quiet about what you know.

Hm, next week maybe? I’ll have more time then.

Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

We don’t get many of those around here.  They mostly look like modern ones… I assume.

Ancient lace that’s been encased in stone for years tends to crumble easily.

Oh right, desert. Yeah, the ones with the curves that look like the Ruffles potato chips are the more modern looking ones. Nature kinda stopped evolving those guys eras ago.

…I have never heard of ancient lace before now. I didn’t think there were any settlements out here prior to Night Vale, or that Night Vale was that old.

I love seeing how life has changed over time.

We aren’t supposed to know, of course, but there have been others. Or at least they passed through.

Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

Like ammonites and stuff? Or the ones that look like modern day seashells?

…what are you doing with the lace, if you don’t mind my asking, that makes it not last long?

We don’t get many of those around here.  They mostly look like modern ones… I assume.

Ancient lace that’s been encased in stone for years tends to crumble easily.

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Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

Metal utensils and lace? Hafta say, I don’t usually find things like that. I am used to seashells though. Lots and lots and lots of seashells, considering pretty much my entire home state used to be bellow sea level, so it’s really hard to dig anywhere and not hit seashell fossil beds.

You don’t even have to dig, you can just see them sometimes, they’re massive and everywhere.

Sure, though the lace doesn’t usually last long.  I like the sound of those big shells, though.  I’ve seen one or two, but most of them are in bad shape.

Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

I hadn’t planned on it, but now that you mentioned it I might. Not such a bad idea. I tend to collect rocks and stuff…mostly rocks, I don’t feel as bad taking a rock out of an environment as I would a living organism like a plant or insect. I just take pictures of those.

Sure!  Sometimes I find odd things encased in sandstone.  Like seashells.  Or metal utensils.  Or lace.  You never know what you’ll find.

Hey Earl, it's been a while. I still have your clothes from that one time. We also haven't gone on that hike we talked about yet.

might-be-a-spiderwolf:

incorporearl:

Oh, yeah!  I can take those back any time.  And did you have any ideas for a hike?

I don’t remember the name of this one, but it goes almost all the way to Radon Canyon. Other than a lot of water and sunscreen for these super European arms and legs, is there anything I need to bring?

Ha, that should be fine, unless you’re planning on collecting samples of anything you might find out there.  …I’m not, really, but a few little bags never hurt.