I don't know about that Molly, but we'll trust you with this one.
Guys, we have to leave this place and NOW! We need to find somewhere better to go to.
Okay, now all we need to do is wait for Maitland to get distracted and then we can run down to the river.
I'm glad that distraction worked
Come on guys, follow me through to this path and be a bit quicker please.
One morning at the government settlement, Molly, the eldest of the three sisters, tells her two sisters, Daisy and Gracie about how she wants to attempt to flee the compound. The two sisters are hesitant at first but end up listening to their Molly.
Molly, I'm starting to get tired.
It's okay, all we need to do now is just find a shallow piece of water to cross through, it shouldn't be too hard.
The three girls then moved out of their living area out to the stable area where they wait for the stableman named Maitland get distracted so that they can move down the cliff side and to the river.
I'm really getting tired of walking.
Can we cross right here?
No, Daisy, it's still too deep.
Luckily, the distraction for the stableman worked which gave the girls a window to rush down the mountain and arrive at the riverside and put more distance between themselves and the camp.
Are we done moving now that we've crossed the river?
Almost, all we need to do now is continue moving North until we find a home and then we will start a new and improved life!
The three sisters then traveled down the dirt path along the side of the river as they looked for a strip of shallow water which they could use to cross over to the other side.
After walking just about 25 meters down the riverside, Molly, who was desperate and fatigued thought she saw a piece of the river that she believed to be easy enough to cross was proved wrong and forced to continue the journey upstream.
Finally, the girls caught a break and found a fallen tree which they used as a natural bridge to cross over to the other side of the stream onto a better piece of land which they would continue their travel north on in an attempt to find a new home.