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Episode 27: Camellia works on the hut and recalls her escape

At the end of Camellia’s last episode, she had encountered a stranger on the island and, together, they began working on a hut.

This week they continue working on the hut, and Camellia tells about her escape.

*****

Camellia and Moana travel to a remote part of the island to gather fibers for the hut.

Camellia gathers fibers.
Camellia sails back to the island.
Camellia weaves fibers into the hut.

Around the fire that night . . .

Camellia tells stories around the fire.

. . . Camellia continues the story of her escape.

Camellia remembers escaping the ball.
Camellia escapes the ball.
Camellia gets into the rowboat.

Once she’s out to sea, she drops her gown and Daisy’s teddybear into the ocean

Camellia drops her gown and Daisy’s teddy bear overboard.

Where the tides will eventually carry them to the shore.

*****

I struggled a good deal with this bit of the story – how does Cado realize that Camellia has gone by rowboat, and what leads him to believe that she’s taken the children with her? Unless he sees her leave, the only thing I could think of was that something identifiable is left on or washes up on the shore.

Once I decided that she’d drop the items overboard to be washed up on the shore, I made Camellia responsible for whatever repercussions that caused. And we’ve already seen, in Cado’s story, what those repercussions are.

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In my (almost) 60th year on earth I decided to set my fashion dolls free of their clothes and accessories and send them on adventures. This is your window onto my own adventure into a land of crafts where I have zero skills, talent or mentors. Wish me (and my dolls) luck!

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