I’ve been living in these woods for hundreds of years. Some might think it’s a long time, but to me it feels like yesterday. The forest is all I know. 

Beacon wood county park

My kind lives in the trees,

Beacon wood county park

amid the leaves 

or inside the great dotted mushrooms.

Beacon wood county park

We share the woods with other creatures, like the hoomans. They can’t see us, but they know they’re not alone and in their own peculiar way, they protect us.

Beacon wood county park

Sometimes I believe they actually know we’re there, because they spend a good lot of time looking at our houses. 

Most of the time, they come here when the sun still shines in the sky. 

beacon wood county park

They seem curious about our land and not dangerous at all.

Beacon wood county park

Beacon wood county park

In fact, they look quite nice.

Beacon wood county park

These ones brought something I haven’t seen before. It was round and bouncy and they used their body to push it and pass it around from one to the other.

Beacon wood county park

Beacon wood county park

I followed them around and saw other hoomans coming our way. They had a weird creature with them, looked scary at first but in the end I concluded there was no danger. 

Beacon wood county park

My hoomans also passed near my cousin Moolch’s house. Good thing ol’ Moolch wasn’t home that day, he gets the heebie jeebies so fast.  

Beacon wood county park

After a while the hoomans stopped in a clearing and kicked the round object again and again. I think it was some kind of game.

Beacon wood county park

beacon wood county park

Several hours later they left. Just in time, I thought, cause I was starting to feel hungry.

Beacon wood county park

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