Where the Wild Horses Run (Part 1, page 3 of 5)


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Part 1

She turned on the bright latern and started reading her grandfather's paperwork and noticed the jewerly box had a hidden compartment and inside she found two hundred dollars plus a deed to a gold mine out west in Nevada. She decided that is where she was heading and was on her way the next morning. She stayed off the roads as much as possible not to be seen and made her way west. The next night she stayed at a rest stop and grabbed a bottle of water, a can of bean soup plus a bag of chips. She kept reading the deed to her grandfather's mine and noticed it was stamped in Nevada City She knew that office would know if it still belonged to her grandfather or whoever had the deed which was in her possesion by. She knew her foster parents hadn't found it or they would have had their lawyer swindled it for them.

‚Äč She now was in Kansas. She hated not having any real family. Her mother took her away from her father and his parents when she was two and then when she couldn't get them to shovel out any more money to be able to talk with her just a few minutes over the phone she left her and the only thing she had was her grandfather's old box. She had rummaged through it and didn't find anything valuable just some silly genology papers and a musicbox that the music didn't play anymore. and left her and the box at a bus station in Missouri. She was awarded a guardian of the state and that was now what she was running away from.

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