Life in the Desert

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She had her own little oasis, there were no trees, but there was a trough with enough water to lay in. Her compound was man made, it must have been a large brick house that had been ripped away in a desert tornado and there were just fragments of brick wall remaining. In some places, there were no walls to keep things in or out and in other places, the walls were high enough that they still held fast traces of an old second floor. She had built a small…

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