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girl who spoke unfamiliar words with an accent Ina remembered as "sing-songy". Marie and Bill agreed she may have been Norse of some kind.

Those early hours saw a thick fog push in from the west, which Bill and Marie recalled seeing from a distance only a  couple of days beforehand. Ina recalled that she could barely see Mum Ennis, Astrid or Little Rob, and again had to rely on senses other than vision. But the blanket of fog interfered greatly with her hearing and olfactory ability, sounds and scents bouncing through trillions of microscopic beads of water in the mist. Not realizing the precarious position her fleeing party had found themselves in, navigating blindly along a switch-backed bluff trail, Ina took a step and suddenly found nothing beneath her as she lowered her heel.

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