Seeds Chapter 6 Page 23

river, deeper inland and the one the railway line ran across.

Steve: An access point from the south. Was it something I need to cut off to prevent more swarms coming in? Perhaps.

The river was a great natural moat that completely cut off one side of the town. It was deep and marshy, a perfect barrier. There was a road running east. It ran for about 5 miles before an old narrow hump back bridge lifted it over the same river as it snaked across the landscape. If he took that bridge out he’d pretty much have the town sealed on three sides with nothing but forest and farmland to the north where his house was and after that the fishing village.

Plans for another day perhaps, but sooner rather than later, there