A Day at an Airport (Time Goes By) by Sarah Harrison

By Sarah Harrison

Tickets please! ultimate boarding name! try out those 8 action-packed scenes to work out what occurs in the course of an entire day at a hectic airport. In every one photo, the airport buzzes with task. staff chase canine and payment baggage. tourists store and sleep. recognized humans come and cross. maintain your eye at the clock too. by way of spending a complete day within the related position, you could watch occasions spread from morning to nighttime.

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Their dream was to share with the general the gold and riches they found in Cibola. At this moment they would forget all the gold just to find warm shelter and food supplies. The cold of the present made Gonzalo forget those first days. They had walked from ten to fifteen miles a day in stifling heat. Their route led them near the Pacific seacoast across from Baja California. At first it was very difficult for him to stay up, even following the slow sheep. One day his legs were so sore that his father had allowed him to ride one of the pack mules.

Mother Earth instructed her children how to live in harmony with her. She gave them corn to plant and showed them how to pick nuts. She told them to always leave enough for the squirrels and turkeys. "The place where the first people came out is in one of the sacred mountains near here, but no one knows where. It is called sipapu. Every kiva has a little sipapu. Under that stone by the mammoth tusk is the opening. Except when the elders are having a ceremony, it is kept covered so that evil spirits cannot come through.

The others picked up the chant and echoed the tones. Although the kiva was vented with a narrow tunnel to the outside and the entrance in the top, smoke made the air thick. Gonzalo's eyelids grew heavy, but fright kept him awake. A pipe was passed back and forth by the men. Although he could not understand the words of the chant, Gonzalo was reminded of the Latin words intoned by the priest when his papá took him to church. Someone moved the stone from the sipapu, and the chant got louder. A drum began to vibrate with the rhythm.

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