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Related article: Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 21:22:27 +1000 From: Mark Peters Subject: After We Danced - Part 14 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Hello guys and gals, I made it back again... as promised. And here's the next installment.I apologise for the delay in getting this posted, but things have been a bit hectic lately. Sorry!Anyway, I really hope you like it. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Legal Stuff: The following story contains descriptions of graphic sexual acts. Don'tread this story if: You are not 18 or over, OR, if it is illegal to read this type of material where you live, OR, if you don't want to read about gay/bi people in love or having sex.The author retains copyright to this story. Placing this story on a web site or reproducing this story for distribution without the author's permission is a violationof that copyright. If you would like to respond to the story, make suggestions or other constructive' comments or advice may be sent to: mp_ponyboyhotmail.com.All e-mails will be answered. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * After We Danced - Part FourteenbyMark Peters- Chapter One -With the weight of the world now lifted from our shoulders, the rest of the week simply flew by.We had all noticed the change that had taken place among us, which was nothing short of amazing. The inner light which now illuminated not only Matt and his parents, but my own parents as well was shining out for all to see.With only one exception, things were finally as they should be.I could only hope that it would last, as I still felt however as if there was a shadow hanging over me, after having found out that I was only on a waiting list for Southern Star University.Despite this, I was doing my best to put that to the back of my mind and busied myself with making plans for our move into what seemed, to me at least, to be an uncertain future.Yet still, regardless of what I was feeling, I was determined that my own problems would not drag Matt and I back into the abyss from which we had just climbed.We had all celebrated after leaving the Court House on Tuesday morning. Matt's father had insisted on taking us all out for a celebratory lunch, my parents included, and for the very first time that I could recall, this togetherness we shared made it feel like a real family gathering. It was something the likes of which I could only ever remember having experienced at Christmas when I was a little kid.It may sound strange, but that was just how it felt to me.Tim and Guy phoned us on Wednesday, to see how things had gone in Court, which I thought was kind of them. They could hardly contain their excitement when we told them our news.As expected, they asked about my application with S.S.U., and shared my disappointment when I told them I was only on a waiting list."I've been accepted to Highlands though", I told them, trying to remain positive, but my voice betrayed the emotion I was trying to hide."We'll keep our fingers crossed for you buddy", Tim said. "We want you guys to be there with us.""Thanks", I said to them. "We want to be there too."On Thursday, I made the first of what would be many calls to the admissions office at S.S.U., which would only prove to disappoint me again and again and again.And by Friday, we were well back into our same old routine. It was familiar and comforting.We both had to work for the remainder of the week, which kept us busy and to a certain extent kept my mind off my other problems. By Saturday however, Matt sensed that things were starting to get me down again.We were lying in bed early that morning, listening to the early morning radio announcer.He rolled over and faced me, propping himself up on one elbow and just lay there watching me, while I continued to stare at the ceiling, my thoughts obviously elsewhere."I'm sorry", he said to me, as he started running the tips of his fingers back and forth along my forearm. "I've been on such a high this week, I've hardly even taken the time to ask how you were doing."I rolled my head sideways and looked at him."You don't have to be sorry", I said to him. "Things really are good for us both. You are free. Dad is free. And I'm going to University. As far as I am concerned that is all that matters.""But they could be better though, right?"I smiled at him, then said, "Maybe, but like I said, that doesn't matter. We've gotten through the worst Lolitas Nymphets Rompl thing that is ever going to happen to us. We have each other. And that is ALL I care about right now.""You constantly amaze me", he said, then leaned across and kissed me.I couldn't tell him that deep down, I was hurting like I had never hurt before. I couldn't tell him that I was aching for what I knew we were both now going to be missing out on.I just kissed him back.When he broke away he looked at me for a long moment, with that same thoughtful expression that I had become so familiar with. It sometimes felt as if it was like he was trying to read my mind.I hoped that he wasn't managing to do that right now."How about we go away for the weekend?", he asked finally."Where to?""I don't know. Maybe we could just go out into the bush somewhere. Just go camping or something. It won't cost us anything, and neither of us has to go to work Monday. Besides, it'll get your mind off other things."Damn it! He knew."Okay", I finally answered, then he grinned and leaned in and kissed me again.- Chapter Two -As usual, Matt was right. It did take my mind off things.We borrowed the tent and some other equipment from Phil once again, then Matt raided his parent's cupboards and freezer for some food to take with us.At about ten o'clock, we headed out of town, on our way out into one of the National Parks. Out into the mountains.Matt told me about a camping spot beside a river where he had been before as a kid, where we could be ourselves and it didn't matter what was happening anywhere else in the world. We would have our own little world to occupy us for the next couple of days and all our cares and worries would soon be washed away Lolitas Nymphets Rompl in some cool mountain waters.It sounded perfect to me.It was about an hours drive from town and we arrived there well before noon, after following a narrow, winding dirt road along a heavily timbered ridge, into a valley, over several creeks, up a hill, and then down the side of a mountain into another even more beautiful valley."Wow," I said, when we were about half way down the mountain and I saw the entire valley for the first time. "What is this place?""Cockatoo Creek," he answered. "Haven't you ever heard of it?"I shook my head."I used to come out here with dad quite a bit. I haven't been here for a couple of years though, until now.""It's fantastic.""See the river down there?", he asked, pointing down into the valley.I could see a dark line of trees snaking it's way through the centre of the valley, which I guessed must be following the line of the waterway."I thought you said it was only a creek?""That was Cockatoo Creek we just crossed. It flows down into that river, which is the Macleay River. There are water holes along there that are just so deep and so wide. It's amazing. And when you swim in them late in the afternoon or really early in the morning, the fish are just jumping all around you. You really have to experience it."We drove cautiously onwards, dropping down closer and closer to the valley floor."What's that?", I said, pointing at what looked like a shed, perched atop a low hill."Only toilets and showers", Matt answered."Showers? Out here?""Yeah. But just cold ones.""Just my luck."A short time later, we pulled up near the amenities buildings, which were actually just two tin sheds, side by side.One for the boys. One for the girls."Where do we set up camp?", I asked Matt as we got out and stretched.He looked around for a moment, then pointed towards a low hill, which was between the river and us."How about over there?" he asked. "We Lolitas Nymphets Rompl can set it up so we are looking out over the river.""You are the one who knows all about this camping shit. Whatever you say goes", I answered, so we got back in the car and drove the short distance to where Matt had been pointing.Besides the time that Matt and I had camped out on our 'schoolies' trip, the only other time that I had ever been camping was once when I was just a kid, when we had gone on our annual family holidays.It had been a disaster, to say the least, so we had never tried it again.After my earlier trip with Matt however, I had a feeling that we would be doing a fair bit of this in the future.- Chapter Three -The tent went up easily, then afterwards we set about gathering some wood for the fire for that night. There was plenty of timber around that we could burn, so it didn't take us long to gather what we thought would be enough for the night.When we were finished, Matt stood up and wiped his arm across his forehead, wiping away the sweat, which had formed there and was now running down his flushed cheeks."I don't know about you, but I could do with a swim", he said to me, as he pulled his T-shirt off over his head, revealing his perfect body."Last one in is a rotten egg," I said to him as I started doing the same.We raced each other to the waters edge, across dry summer grasses and then a sandy beach, leaving a long trail of clothes scattered in our wake.The water was cold. Ice cold. But we waded out into it. Both naked. Both laughing."Ain't nothing like mountain water to bring you to life", Matt said as he surfaced from a dive which took him out into the deeper waters.He flicked his head from side to side, sending a spray of water in a wide arc around him, which shimmered in the afternoon light.Sunlight sparkled from the beaded necklace that I had given him on a day that seemed just so long ago now.Absentmindedly, I reached up and felt the arrowhead that was hanging around my neck, along with my own necklace, and smiled at the thoughts and memories that came flooding back."What are you grinning at?" Matt asked as he waded back towards where I was standing, in water which was above my waist."Nothing much", I answered. "Just thinking happy thoughts.""Well think about this then", he said as he jumped up and placed his hands on top of my head, dunking me."Hey, no fair", I protested, when I was able to resurface."All's fair in love and war, pal. Didn't you know that?""So it's war now is it?", I yelled, diving after him.We laughed and played like that for about half an hour, before growing tired of it, then finally we both swam over to a large flat rock that ran down to the waters edge, and which was now bathed in the warm afternoon sun. After hauling ourselves out of the water, we stretched our bodies out to dry.We were like two kids playing hooky and we loved it. If only it could last."It's been a hell of a couple of months, hasn't it?" Matt said as he lay on his side looking at me."Hmmm. You could say that", I answered."Any regrets?""Not a one. You?"He shook his head and smiled."Never", he answered."Are we going to grow old together?" I asked him.That thoughtful expression once again washed over his face.."Is that what you want?""More than anything else in the world.""That could possibly be arranged," he answered, as he leaned across and kissed me.When our lips parted he was looking down on me, with that devilish glint in his eye that he did so well."What?", I asked him."Nothing", he whispered. But I knew that look. Nothing was exactly what it wasn't.We dragged ourselves to our feet and walked back along the waters edge towards where we had first entered the water, then turned and started uphill, picking up our clothes as we went, one piece at a time.When we reached the tent and the car we pulled our shorts back on, but that was all, then finished unpacking sleeping bags and an ice box and a few other creature comforts.By dusk, we had the fire going well and were soon cooking sausages, eggs and tomato in a cast iron frying pan.After we had eaten, we sat by the fire talking about friends and things that were going on in our lives. Neither of us mentioned S.S.U. or Highlands, but it was there nonetheless, hovering in the back of our minds, staying in the back- ground, but most definitely there. We could feel it.When the log that we had thrown on the fire had died down we decided it was time we turned in and so we retreated to the haven of our tent, where we made beautiful love before drifting off into an uneasy sleep.- Chapter Four -The following morning, when the first signs of dawn appeared in the east, I found myself sitting alone on the river bank, looking out across gently bubbling waters, watching the colours of the day gradually emerge from them.It was a quiet morning, clear and cool. And it was beautiful.I had slept only fitfully through the night, waking at intervals that were far too regular and rolling over to see the silhouette of Matt lying peacefully beside me.Throughout the night, there seemed to be only one thought that kept bouncing around inside my mind, being the realization of what I would be missing out on and what I would be robbing Matt of.I had thought that I had come to terms with my own perceived sense of loss, but when you wake in the middle of the night, grieving for something you can almost taste or almost reach out and touch, only to find it so far out of reach and unattainable......Well, what can I say but it hurts. And then the sense of loss simply overwhelms you. Crushes you. Leaving you as little more than a lifeless form.We had both set our hearts firmly on Thompsonville and the lifestyle that we were sure it would offer us, but now our dreams were shattered.>From where I sat, I turned and looked back towards the tent and listened to the gentle snores coming from within."I'm so sorry, Matt", I whispered into the still morning air.Somewhere above me a bird screeched into the dawn.I looked skywards but saw nothing. Only grey tinged with faint shades of scarlet and gold, growing ever brighter, but still far from being daylight."Damn bird. What are you doing up at this hour?" I asked it.Just then, somewhere near me, something suddenly splashed into the water. I glanced down at the surface of the water but could see nothing. There were no tell-tale ripples radiating out from a point of impact, just a smooth surface, accompanied by the gentle bubbling sound of water trickling over nearby rocks.For a long, long time, I sat and watched the morning come alive.I had never in all my life experienced Mother Nature in such a way. Never before had I realised just how beautiful she was.The colours of the parrots, scarlet and crimson and gold and green, in the branches above me were spectacular.The sounds and sights and smells of the morning brought every sense in my body alive. It was an exhilarating feeling.As the suns rays peeped over the mountains for the first time that day, I just closed my eyes and breathed in, and listened.The smells of the eucalyptus and river oaks, mingled with the fragrance of the fresh water, was intoxicating.The sounds of the running water and the birds in the trees were like music.For the first time in days it felt good to be alive and finally the thoughts of S.S.U. and Thompsonville were gone from my mind. For how long though, I could only guess.Somewhere close to me I heard the rustling sound of dry grass and I opened my eyes, thinking that it might have been Matt coming down to see me.What I was not prepared for, was the sight of two kangaroos not more than twenty feet from me, moving slowly through the grass, picking at fresh shoots.I held my breath and didn't move a muscle. I watched them as they moved awkwardly in a motion that defied description. A sort of bunny hop, where they leaned down with their front paws and balanced themselves using their tails while bringing their powerful hind legs under them.If I had moved they would have, no doubt, bounded away in their familiar hop. But I didn't. And for the moment they were just taking their time, enjoying their breakfast.Eventually they must have sensed my presence there, as suddenly the larger of the two stood erect and looked straight at me.We just eyeballed each other. No sounds were made and for a long while, neither of us moved. Finally the animal just hopped away, with it's friend following closely behind, and I watched as they disappeared into a thick stand of trees about one hundred yards below where I sat.I didn't hear him approach, but a short while later Matt came up to me and sat down beside me."Good morning", I said to him as he sat himself down."To you too. Been out here long?", he asked me."Yeah, a little while. Couldn't sleep much.""Yeah, I noticed. You alright?""Never better", I answered. Maybe it wasn't quite the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, but it would do."I'm glad", Matt said as he put his arm around my shoulder and pulled me to him.- Chapter Five -After we had eaten breakfast, Matt asked me what I wanted to spend the day doing.I looked across the fire at him and grinned."Not ALL day?" he responded."How about for just some of it then?""Works for me! Do you feel like going Lolitas Nymphets Rompl for a walk?" he asked."Where to?" I asked.He shrugged then said, "I don't know. How about we just follow the river either upstream or downstream for a couple of hours, then turn around and come back along the other side or something. Nothing too strenuous, though. I want to save some energy for later.""Sounds cool. Which way do you want to go?"He came around to the same side of the fire I was standing on, then fished a coin out of his pocket and flicked it into the air. We both watched it as it spiraled upwards then downwards, before he caught it and slammed it down on the back of his Lolitas Nymphets Rompl hand."Heads we go downstream. Tails upstream", I said to him.He nodded and then drew his hand back to reveal the image of Her Majesty's head, which was on the back of all our coins."Heads it is then," I proclaimed."Yup. Sure is."We made some sandwiches to carry with us and then, after we cleaned up our little camp site and packed away any equipment we had out, either into the tent or back into the car (just in case some inquisitive animals like dingo's or possums came hurrying through the camp), we set off along the river bank, heading south and with a warm sun beating down on us.There was very little in the way of a path, so we kept to the open ground as much as possible, even though it often meant heading away from Lolitas Nymphets Rompl the water.When the bush cleared we could go back down to the water's edge, and when we reached the river we found a beautiful water hole, at the far end of which a waterfall was emptying the contents of the creek into it."We'll have to do this more often," I said to Matt as we relaxed in the shade, cooling our now bare feet in the water and admiring the view."Camping?"I nodded."Any time you want to," he answered. "The more time I spend with you, away from the rest of the world, the happier I am.""You mean that, don't you?""Of course I do. Why do you keep doubting me? Why do you keep doubting us?"He wasn't accusing in his tone. He was being his usual straight forward and honest self, but it still caught me off guard."I...Ummm...," I started to say, but couldn't quite get the words out.Matt got up and came over to me and took both of my hands in his."How many times do I need to tell you that I love you?" he asked.I looked into his eyes and could see the depth of feeling that was there."I guess," I started to say, "that I still find it hard to comprehend that we are together. I know it sounds silly. But sometimes that's just what it seems like. It's something that keeps spinning around in my mind, spurred on Lolitas Nymphets Rompl by these little voices that keep taunting me. And each time that I think I have gotten rid of them, they keep coming back to nag and haunt me."He leaned forward and kissed me then. And he smiled."Banish them. Forever," he said. "You were there for me when I went through the worst thing that has ever happened to me. Every step of the way, you were there to hold my hand. To cajole me into doing what I needed to do. To hold me when the hurting just got too much. I can't forget that. I won't forget that. If you hadn't shown up on the cliff that night in the rain, I just don't know what might have happened."I blinked back some tears, but one escaped and trickled down my cheek.Ever so gently, Matt brushed it away with his thumb."I love you Luke, and I always will. And it doesn't matter where we are living, or what we are doing, I will always be there for you, just loving you.""I know," I answered. "And I love you too. I honestly do.""I know mate," he said, then he hugged me.I buried my face into his Lolitas Nymphets Rompl neck and started to cry again. When we separated, Matt looked at me long and hard."What?", I asked him, wiping my face with the back of my hand.He just smiled, then started pulling at one of his fingers."What are you doing?" I asked him."Nothing much," he answered."Don't give me that shit," I said.He smiled again, then came up with the prize he had been trying to remove from his finger. It was a ring, a plain band, shiny and silver."What are you doing?""Luke, in a perfect world we could do this and nobody would care. But this isn't a perfect world, it is the only world we have, and I want us to do this anyway.""I don't follow," I said."Luke. You know I love you. I love you more than anything. More than my car even."I couldn't help it. I giggled.He took my hand again and held it with my index finger extended, then started to place the ring on it."What are you doing?""As weird as this may sound mate, I want you to know just how committed I am to you. And to us. If I could say to you that what I wanted was for us to get married, I would. But seeing as that's not really an option that is available to us, all I can say is that I love you. I will always love you and I want to spend the rest of my life with you."He paused and looked directly into my eyes. He would have seen tears again. I can tell you that much.Suddenly, I could feel myself trembling all over, while around us, there were birds whistling and singing, as if in celebration, and water continued to cascade down onto rocks not more than fifty feet from us.I saw none of that. I heard none of that. All I could see and hear was Matt. And all I could feel was the touch of silver on my finger.- Chapter Six -We fell asleep in each others arms, in the shade of a huge old gum tree, with gnarled and twisted branches and exposed roots that ran down along a partially eroded river bank.It was beside a water hole that was wide and relatively shallow, and after waking up sometime after lunch neither of us could resist diving in and cooling off."This is fabulous", Matt said, as he floated around on his back, with his semi-hard cock pointing to the skies."It looks pretty good from here", I called to him.He laughed and swam over closer to me, then quickly shot his arm forwards and into the water, sending a plume of water in my direction."Hey. Watch it," I said to him."Or you'll what?" he demanded."Hmmm. I'm sure I could think of something I could deprive you of to make you suffer.""You wouldn't?""Oh, wouldn't I?" I chided."OK. OK. You win," he laughed. "This time."We didn't stay in the water too long this time and gradually we made our way back to the river bank, where we hauled ourselves out on to the grassy bank and lay in the sun."I wish we could stay down here in this valley forever," I said to him as I lay there with my hands clasped behind my head, gazing into the skies and watching wispy clouds float by."I wonder what it would be like to live down here? Away from the world. With no cares in the world.""It'd be magic."We both sat up then. Matt looked across at me and I looked across at him. What each of us saw was the naked lover of the other, young and firm and tanned.Six months ago we would been giggling like the school kids we then were if we had done anything like this.A great deal can change in six months.We weren't schoolboys any more. We were now two young adults, very much in love, who were just setting out on the journey that would be the rest of our lives."What are you thinking about?" Matt suddenly asked me."Change. And especially how we've changed in the past six months.""For the better of course.""Yeah. For the better."With that, he crawled across the few feet that separated us and sat beside me, looking me up and down, gently caressing my forearm with his fingers."I can't believe that for all the years we have been best friends, it took this long for us both to slip up and let each other know how we felt about each other," he said to me."And the funny thing is it all happened by accident," I answered."Destiny, more like it.""You think so?""Hmmmph. Who knows. But I'm so glad it did happen.""Yeah. Me too," I said, as I leaned across and kissed him."I wish I'd known about you sooner," Matt said after our lips parted.We leaned our foreheads together, staring deep into each others eyes and letting the tips of our fingers delicately skim over the skin of the other, exploring as far as we both could reach, then back again."It might sound strange to you, but I don't really."His head jerked back and suddenly he was looking at me strangely."Why do you say that?" he asked, almost defensively."Well, I've thought about it a lot lately. And if you think about it, if we'd have been fooling around like this with each other five years ago do you really think that we would be caring for each other in the way we do now? As it is, we were the best of friends and we knew each other inside out BEFORE we ever jumped into bed together, and I think that that has made what we have now all the more special. We were friends before we were lovers, and if it had been the other way round, I doubt if it would have lasted. Probably only until the next cute guy came along and distracted one of us or the other."Matt's jaw dropped and he just stared at me. It was a long while before he even moved, and I just sat there, hoping that he wouldn't be mad at me."Say something. Please," I finally said to him.Finally he just smiled and leaned across and kissed me."You are so right," he finally said to me. "You know better than anyone what I was like from about thirteen to sixteen. When the hormones started kicking in about then, I was chasing every bit of sex I could. And if I had caught you then, you would have only been another conquest. And if that had happened, we wouldn't have what we have now."I let out a deep breath and just smiled at him. "Thank you," I finally said.- Chapter Seven -We got dressed and left that spot on the riverbank a little while later, crossing over onto the other side of the river at a place where it looked as if livestock often crossed. Then, once we were safely across we started our journey back towards our campsite, along a narrow path that had obviously been well worn by animals.It was a hot day and all that both of us were wearing were our shorts.Matt led the way and I followed behind, taking every opportunity to gaze at the strong legs, broad shoulders and tanned back, which now glistened with sweat in the afternoon sun.Every now and Lolitas Nymphets Rompl then Matt would stop and turn around, making sure I was still following.He caught me grinning at him a couple of times and instinctively knew what I was grinning at. Once he even hooked his thumb in the elastic of his shorts and slid them down a little for my benefit.I let out an audible groan Lolitas Nymphets Rompl and he soon pulled them back into place. I told him he was a bastard for doing that.We walked on for a while longer along the path. There was scrub on both sides of us, and in a couple of instances we had to break branches away to get through, but it was basically fairly easy going and not too strenuous."Hey check this out," Matt said as he suddenly stopped and waited for me to catch up.When I reached him I found that we had rounded a bend in the river and the scrub suddenly gave way to an open grassy flat on which some cattle were grazing peacefully."Cool," I said. We watched them for a few minutes and they lifted their heads and watched us, before deciding that we were an intrusion they didn't want and then turned and walked away."I wonder what else we'll see down here?" he asked."Who knows," I answered.He started walking again and I followed, crossing the flat where the cattle had been and heading back towards a rocky knoll which jutted out above the river ahead of us.I figured we were still at least half an hour from our camp site, so if we kept walking we would make it back by mid afternoon, giving us enough time to perhaps have another swim, or maybe even try and catch a fish for dinner.When we reached the other side of the river flat, Matt suddenly stopped in front of me and I almost ran into him."What's wrong?" I asked as I stopped beside him.He was looking away from the river. Looking in the direction that the cattle had taken when they had wandered off.I followed his gaze, but could see nothing."Can you see that, up there?" he finally asked, pointing to a spot that was somewhere above the far end of the flats, towards some low hills that seemed to rise out of them."I see trees," I answered."Come on, there's something I want to have a look at," he said, then in a flash he was off, striding out with real determination.There really wasn't much I could do, other than sit down and wait for him to return, so resignedly, I followed.We walked to the end of the river flat, to where they narrowed and some hills came in on either side. There was quite a bit of scrub around us, but after a little while I could soon see what it was that Matt had seen.It was a hut. A very old hut.It was located part of the way up a hill, about fifty yards above where the river flats ended and the path that had been worn by countless numbers of animals rose up into the surrounding hills."Hey, this is cool," I said to Matt as we reached the hut, stepping up onto the creaking boards of it's front verandah.When we turned and looked back down towards the river we found ourselves looking straight out across the top of the tree line. We could clearly see not only the river but also across the flats to our camp site as well, which we hadn't realised was as close as it was thanks to a bend in the river."Come on, lets have a look around," Matt said to me, as he walked across the verandah and tried the door handle.I watched as it turned easily in his hand and he pushed the door open."I guess it was a workers hut or something," I said to him as we both stepped inside.When our eyes adjusted to the dim light we found that the hut had been well furnished for one that was so far from civilisation.There was a bed, complete with an old striped mattress that was badly stained and from which the mice had started to pull the stuffing.In the middle of the room there was an old square wooden table, from which the varnish had long peeled off and around which there were four rickety chairs.There was a cupboard, which proved to be empty. And a bench on which there was a kitchen sink. Kerosene lanterns were hanging from the walls in various spots, and a straw broom was propped against one wall.I ran my hand across the kitchen table and left three parallel lines in the thick dust."Been a while since anyone has been in here," Matt said as he watched me brush the dust from my fingers."Hmmm," I replied. "Well, there's not too much in here, how about we take a look around outside?""Good idea."We went out through the back door, onto another small verandah, then down a few steps.Looking around us we could see very little to excite us, except maybe a water tank that was so badly rusted you could put your fingers through the holes, and a half fallen down post and rail fence.I was about to say to Matt, "Lets go," when something colourful amongst the trees managed to catch my eye and I started walking towards whatever it was.When I called out and said, "Hey Matt, come and look at this," he was still looking at the water tank.He quickly caught up with me and when he did we both just stood staring at what must have been the orchard for whoever it was that had lived there.The first trees we saw were lemon and apples trees, both heavily laden with fruit. Upon further investigation we also found apricots, walnuts and a couple of other types of fruit that we didn't recognise."Christ, it's a regular Garden of Eden," Matt said in amazement."Not quite," I said to him as I tapped him on the arm and pointed off to a distant tree."Wha...," he started to say, then noticed what I was pointing at.A row of three gravestones, sitting inside a wrought iron fence, and with knee deep grass growing up all around them.Slowly I started walking towards them. I was almost mesmerised by the thought that people had lived here. And people had died here. So far away from anywhere."You OK mate?" Matt asked from behind me as I knelt down by the rusting iron fence and looked at the gravestones.I said nothing."Luke?""Huh?" I finally said."I said, are you OK?""Just look at these will you," I said to him. "It wasn't just a workers cottage. It was their home. And it was where they died."I Lolitas Nymphets Rompl read the three headstones out aloud."Celia Adams. Born 1867. Died 1904. Beloved wife of John Adams.""James Adams. Born 1895. Died 1896.""William Adams. Born 1897. Died 1915."Neither of us spoke for what seemed a long while, then Matt finally said, "Christ Luke, one was only a year old. The other one was the same age as us. I wonder what happened to them? And I wonder what happened to John Adams?"I just shook my head. Suddenly the whole cycle of life and death and our own fragile tenure on the world that was around us all seemed to fall into place for me.I reached up from where I knelt and took Matt's hand. We were both trembling.I looked up at him and saw the somber expression on his face and realised that we had both come to the same conclusion.I got to my feet and hugged him.We took one last look at the graves of Celia and James and William, then turned and walked back towards the orchard, hand in hand, each not wanting to let the other go.I was still thinking about life and death. And about what it would be like to live the isolated existence that these people must have lived. We both now knew that we wouldn't live forever, so we needed to make Lolitas Nymphets Rompl sure that we lived every minute we could.Matt reached out and picked a large lemon from the tree as we passed it."Hey," he said quietly. "Do you feel like fresh fish topped with lemon juice for dinner?""Sounds delicious. Only problem is, we don't have any fish.""I'll catch one," he answered with confidence."Well at least we've still got some sausages and a bit of bacon left, just in case you don't though.""Very funny."I slipped the bag from my shoulder that our lunch had been in earlier and Matt dropped a few lemons into it."We may as well stock up while we're here he said to m
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