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When he saw her breasts moving he let out a sigh of relief, but continued his examination to make sure that she wasn't hurt any more than the bruise that he could see high on one cheek. But even as he was looking for more injuries, she began to regain consciousness. When Gary's face came into focus, she smiled and tried to sit up. Gary slid his hand behind her neck. She rose up, then lay her head on her bent knees for a moment. When she did look up again, there were tears in her eyes. " "Honey, you almost did die,” the truck driver said.
Only Booger Bear seemed to be unaffected but he stayed close to Gary as they struggled through underbrush, vines and over and around fallen trees, the remnants of past hurricanes and tornadoes. Even the sounds were threatening since none of them were familiar with noises in the wilds made by unseen animals. "Wrong way,” Booger Bear said. Gary stopped, causing the others to do so too, as he was leading the way at the time. " Booger Bear gave the cat equivalent of a human shrug. “Just know. Wrong way.
When he came out, already wearing the jumpsuit, Maria had a jumpsuit and several other garments in her possession. Gary selected undergarments and a shoulder bag big enough to carry Booger Bear with room to spare. At the last moment, he also bought a western style straw hat, hoping it would help shade his face. At his suggestion, Maria also bought a bag to carry her purchases in. By this time the shop owner was smiling happily and wasn't adverse to spending a little time dickering over prices. All the while, Gary was holding his breath, hoping he wasn't a news junkie and that no one who was would come into the store while they were there.