A tribe of natives comes to save Ayan and his crew from the coyote. The coyote gets frightened and runs away. The crew went towards the natives and thanked them for saving their lives. The natives said it was no problem and that it was normal for them to hunt leopards. Ayan’s crew couldn’t stay for long so they thanked the natives and headed back on their journey.
They weren’t even close to reaching Mexico yet and they were already running out of food, water, rations and supplies. They made a stop and made camp next to a river. The crew spread out and they all gathered supplies for the rest of their journey to Mexico. They gathered fresh water, berries, fruits, small animal meats and wild vegetation that grew in the forest.
The crew came back later that night except they were missing one person. They traveled through the way he came and found his bag of supplies on the ground... and nothing else. “Poor Jose.” Caveza said, “He was a good man.” The crew gathered all their resources and headed back towards Mexico.
When they were traveling they ran into something again. It was big. It was scary. It was brown.
It was a bear. “RUN FOR IT”, Ayan yelled. The crew ran for their lives and the bear followed. Every twist and turn they made the bear was right behind them. “Let’s split up and meet in the middle Ayan said.” Everybody agreed, so they split up.
The bear started chasing Ayan and he was saying, “This is it, I’m over, goodbye world.” But a miracle happened. The bear got caught in a trap made by the Coahuiltecan tribe. The bear was stuck and could no longer move.