Five Card Story: The Great Llama Escape

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a Five Card Flickr story by Mr. O'Connor created Apr 25 2024, 01:57:55 pm. Create a new one!

flickr photo credits: (1) Serenae (2) bionicteaching (3) bionicteaching (4) (5) bionicteaching

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Milton and Miggy were two friends who lived on the farm together. However, Milton and Miggy were not farmers, they were llamas. These two llamas lived on a beautiful farm in Anarchy Acres. They lived a great life, and enjoyed eating grass, running around the farm, and interacting with the visitors.

One day, Milton and Miggy realized that they had never left Anarchy Acres. They decided to escape and explore the rest of the island. Milton and Miggy jumped over the farm fence, and ran all the way to a big city named Tilted Towers. They were amazed by the colorful buildings and tall towers. These two llamas had never seen such a big city! After marveling at the beauty of Tilted Towers, Milton and Miggy kept exploring.

Next, Milton and Miggy made their way to a little neighborhood named Salty Springs. They ate some new grass and looked at the pretty flowers. The two llamas enjoyed Salty Springs, but it did not have enough land for them to play and live. They decided to keep exploring.

Milton and Miggy made their way north, and walked all the way to cold and snowy area named Polar Peak. The two llamas hiked all the way to the top of the mountain, and enjoyed the beautiful view of their entire island. However, it was too cold for the llamas to stay. They needed to get warm.

The two llamas made their way down the snowy mountain, and came upon a spooky graveyard named Haunted Hills. The area was full of graves and old stone buildings. The two llamas became very scared and ran away.

When Milton and Miggy finally caught their breath, they realized that Anarchy Acres was the perfect home for two llamas. They had fun exploring the island, but knew that they needed to return home. The two llamas walked back to Anarchy Acres, and enjoyed the rest of their lives on the lovely farm.

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