He floated on his back when the valise filled the sank; the river was mild and leisurely, going away from the people... The river very real; it held him comfortably and gave him the time at last, the leisure, to consider this month, this year, and a lifetime of years.
All right, you can come out now!
It's all right, you're welcome here.
Nyree Mahiri #2-18 10/23/18 #35
Thanks. Thanks very much.
Sit down. Have some coffee?
As Montag gets a safe distance away fro the hound, he decides to go in a lake for safe measures. As the tide takes him, Montag realizes he has never felt so relaxed in a while. Citation for Scene: Bradbury 133
When Montag gets out of the lake, he hears a voice to he thinks is going to him. Not knowing who is talking to him, Montag hesitates to go toward the voice that's coming from the forest. Citation for Scene: Bradbury 140
When Montag goes into the forest in search of the voice, he finds a group of people sitting by a fire who invite him to sit and drink coffee. Montag takes them up on their offer. Citation for Scene: Bradbury 140