‘Star Wars:The Approaching Storm’ – Chapter 15 (Part 4)

There is only one word that could describe today – DRIVING!!!!  That’s pretty much all that we did most of the day long.  We got up a little later this morning than we intended but managed to get out of the house on time anyway.  We managed to get out of the house by 9 a.m. and made several stops before we got on the road, including Dunkin Donuts and the bank to make sure we were all set.  We got on the road and Heather and I both struggled to stay awake all the way to Rochester.  I got to bed at one this morning and she didn’t get to bed until two-thirty this morning, so we were both exhausted.  We got to my parents’ house and the kids were excited (of course, they could finally get out of the car.  It’s a nice car, but any ride three hours long with three kids is long!).  We got to mom and dad’s by noon.  When we got there, the kids and I all ate some lunch at mom and dad’s while Heather had decided to head back to our bedroom and go to sleep.  I spent some time with my parents and Heather ended up sleeping for three and a half hours.  When she got up, we ate dinner together as a family.  Not too long after dinner, the kids went to bed and my parents, Heather, and myself stayed up and watched “Pirates of the Carribean” which I brought along for my parents to see for the first time.  As soon as the movie was over, we all went to bed.  It was a long day and tomorrow is going to be a longer day, so time to get some rest.

Let’s talk about Chapter 15, Part 4 of “Star Wars:The Approaching Storm” by Alan Dean Foster…..

Chapter 15 (Part 4):  The leader came forward and introduced himself as Bayaar of the Situng Borokii.  As Obi-Wan explained what they wanted, the guards kept watching them from all angles.  He was told they could not make decisions of this as they were all only sentinels, and said he understood their position.  Bayaar invited them into camp and they headed that way as the guards took up flanking positions.  This camp was different as there were residential, commercial, and manufacturing portions of the camp with technology on high display.  Luminara eyed Obi-Wan as they were brought just outside the visitor’s quarters, because of their last experience with visitor’s quarters.  Kyakhta tried to put their mind at ease as the Borokii would not deceive them like the Yiwa or Qulun and that is what makes them an overclan…..




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