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39. Hernando Bear's Story

Hernando Bear sat quietly for a moment and then he smiled.  "I was just thinking about my Great-uncle Edward," he said.  "He did not live in a desert though, he did not like company much and he lived way back in a thick forest all by himself.  There was a lake nearby where he caught plenty of fish to eat for breakfast and harvested the big, juicy berries and fruit that grew all around his place.  Not many of his relatives went to visit him and if they did it was usually just for an afternoon."  Hernando sighed and then he went on.  "Great-uncle Edward was very happy living there and then, would you believe it, one day somebody just turned up on his door step.  Poor Great-uncle Edward, he thought he was not seeing correctly."


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