“No, no. That’s east. I’m sure of it.” Angela looked back at the three strangers she’d managed to pick up along her travels.
The tall, ginger-haired boy tilted his head. “I think that’s west.”
“North,” the little girl toddled up next to him. “South!”
Ginger-hair sidestepped the girl, giving Angela a look. “Why did we bring her?”
Skinny girl punched his arm, “Shit, she’s a baby. We couldn’t leave her. What’s wrong with you?”
Ginger-hair rubbed his arm then shrugged, “Kids are sticky and loud.”
“Okay,” Angela took a breath, blowing it out loudly. “Enough. We go that way. With the little girl.”
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