I need to go back to the Welcome building. I left to quickly. My father wants me in there but why?
That was a close call. I didn't get caught but running fast could be suspicious.
Omg. There are fresh tire tracks from Grenzers on patrol, and more would be more before nightfall. I need to hurry.
Gerta knows she left to quickly the first time she went to the welcome building. She feels like she needs to go back for her father.
There is clearly no treasure here. But I know dad wants me to dig somewhere. Papa could have buried something behind this wall of dirt.
Gerta made it to the welcome building. She knew that it was risky to be at the building and running to it so quickly. She realizes she should from now on, come in through the shadow of the building.
I figured it out! The wall. If I went to far I'd end up in the west. There was no treasure. The air raid shelter is the treasure!
Gerta realizes there are fresh tire tracks from the Grenzers. She knew the Grenzers would come back to patrol the area again before night came.
Papa must know about this shelter because maybe he stood in this very room as a child. This is where Papa wanted me to start digging. Papa must know about this shelter because maybe he stood in this very room as a child. This is where Papa wanted me to start digging. To Freedom. To him.
Greta thought that her father put treasure in the air raid shelter. She realized that if treasure was somewhere that it would have been stolen a long time ago. She thinks the treasure could be being the thin wall of dirt because the dirt upstairs is too hard to dig in.
Gerta thinks about what she just discovered and realizes that if she kept digging in the dirt she would end up on the west side of the Berlin wall.
Gerta recognizes that her father must know about the shelter from when he was a child like her. She now understands that her father wants her to dig there. He wants her to dig to him, to freedom!