Nicole and Darren traveled into town to stock up on what they would need in Santurio. Nicole was determined to find her brother. While searching through the shipyards to find someone heading to the island, a sailor leaving for Santurio informed her that he had no room left, and that even if he did, he couldn't help her.
"All passengers travelling to Santurio need some military background, or at least a week's training."
"Great," mumbled Nicole, obviously she wasn't to hopeful about finding a military camp easily, but much to her surprise, there was one just a couple blocks away in town. Her and Darren signed up right away.
"I have to find Mickey as soon as possible, and this is what I have to do at this point", thought Nicole.
The camp was small and the course looked tough, but Nicole was up to it, she would do anything for her brother. She was just about to start the course when a familiar voice stopped her.
"Nicole? Darren?" She turned around.
It was Jerome!
"Jerome, why are you here, and why so dressed up?" asked Nicole.
"Well, after the trial, they threw me into the military, and eventually, I became the camp officer," said Jerome "Isn't it funny? I almost was sentenced to death, and here I am holding a highly esteemed position."
"Well it's nice to see you again!" said Nicole. She was still determined to see her brother as soon as possible, she didn't want to reminisce for hours, she wanted to get this training over with. The course was the very last thing she had to do.
"So can I start?" asked Nicole.
"Sure, whenever you're ready," replied Jerome.
Nicole went through the course with ease, this was the simple stuff her dad always showed her.
Darren was a bit hesitant, but after about an hour, Jerome and Nicole finally convinced him to go. He succeeded, but only after a while. So Nicole and Darren were now ready and equipped for the journey to Santurio, to Nicole's brother. And perhaps to the answers Nicole had been searching for her whole life.
Sorry for not posting lately, hobbies, jobs, camps, mission trips, and other things have prevented me from posting too often, I hope you like it, it's not my best, and I'm not completely satisfied, but at least I'm building!
Nice one Soccer Socks! You've done a fine job on both the landscape and the grounds themselves, I especially like how you've begun (or I've just noticed) using the SNOT technique on the border to extend the landscape over the edge, I've seen Noel do that and I really like it (I guess that means that I'll have to give it a try too) :) And yeah, life and Lego are not always compatible. Ah, ce la vie... Yep, if nothing else, brick a little here and a little there, keeps the ol' brain sharp and ready to go when significant time allows :) God bless and keep at it! ~Promar~