24th Jan 2014, 4:30 AM in The Corby Tribe

Making do with what you have

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Making do with what you have
Scratching marks into the floor in the manner of their forebears turned out to be impossible for the same reason; the dust on the library floor had no time in which to be dented.

However, they found that they could burn up a few of the twigs, leaving them tipped with timeless charcoal and ashes which did stay on the floor when placed there.

Having drawn a circle and placed the skull in the middle, they performed the Index Liberiorum, which turned up a passage from the memoirs of Countess Antigeria (357 - 691 AD).
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Reinder Dijkhuis 24th Jan 2014, 4:30 AM edit delete
Reinder Dijkhuis
Originally published on February 11, 2002.