Man, remember us when you're sitting in your huge office at the Sierra2 headquarters being illustrative, important, influentual and the "putting letters in ascending alphabetical order after the letter I and using those two letters two choose which word I am going to describe the future Eggie" pattern breaks down there unless I am willing to stoop to "ionian" "ionic" or "ionized" all of which would make me sound like a nerd. I heard a dog burp the other day and it sounded human. At some point this post had a point.
Um... hooray for more adventures games. This post is on topic.
A ranch boy is gifted with a colt, grows to love him but the colt escapes, with tragic results. The action begins when Mr. Tiflin gives his son Jody a red pony colt. After falling asleep, Jody dreams of increasingly powerful winds and wakes up to see that the pony is gone. Jody is told by his father that he will be allowed to ride the horse by Thanksgiving. In the night, Jody becomes sleepy in spite of his constant worry and drifts off to sleep, forgetting about the open barn door. After several weeks of training, Jody gets bored. He looks with longing at the great mountains, wishing he could explore them. The morning after his arrival, Carl complains about Grandfather's stories at the breakfast table. The story overall deals with ideas regarding the infallibilities of adults and the entrance into manhood.
P.S.: Andromeda, isn't that some sort of galaxy, or a planet or at least some spiral nebula in outer space (outer space defining every space which is not
earth)? Are those guys really aliens?