Normal Northwich?-An Ongoing Tale Chapter 127

Brother, Thane of Northwich made a pot of coffee and built the Campfire up. Nicholas and the 16 had returned.

There was much excitement from their families who hailed them as the heroes they were. 

Jeptha the Beast elected to stay for a while. 

Brother looked at his village with pride. How it had grown. Winter wheat pushed through the patches of snow making the surrounding countryside where they planted a vibrant green. 

The children of Northwich were adjusting to the new school master. The Man with the Potters Wheel and his wife had introduced themselves and got right to work preaching and schooling.

They were solid folks who worked with their hands.

Brother contemplated. What direction should he take his village? 

Feel free to let Brother know in the comments!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

5 thoughts on “Normal Northwich?-An Ongoing Tale Chapter 127”

  1. I am interested in what lies to the west of O’Hagan. How far have scouts gone? Or even, how far have the Herons gone. How far North, past Keezeekoni, does the map go before it’s uninhabitable. If the Thane of Northwich discovers and/or settles new areas, is he thane over them as well?

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