Secrets

We suspect they worked with the mysterious material the ancients called “fruit leather.”

2 thoughts on “Secrets

  1. Isn’t fruit leather what happens when you leave a piece of fruit forgotten in the cold cellar until the next autumn? By the way, gigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegigglegiggle (going to have to clean out my keyboard – a bit of dried fruit got stuck, making it repeat).

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