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Old Faithful Visitor Center, Yellowstone, WY, Monday, 9:00 am
It has cost a lot of convincing the clerk to look for information in the archive on Sunday afternoon but finally, Tasha and Duffy got the list of properties of Don’s mother in Wyoming. Most of the land was wild and plane, but there was that farm-ranch in the base of Trout Peak Mountain close to Pelican Cone that called their attention because it has been built far away from the tourist centers and it was big, hard to access but easy to reach using helicopter; but now, here it was the problem how to get a chopper, because that was the only way to reach the place.
Duffy: “I think we must tell Jane; she may bring a helicopter from Massachusetts.”
Tasha: “it will take longer.”
Duffy: “I know…, any suggestions?”
Tasha was thinking about Louise people, maybe they could be quicker than Jane.
Tasha: “let me call a friend…”
Tasha went a bit far to make the phone call, and came back to tell Duffy.”
Duffy: “how it went?”
Tasha: “they can bring a chopper here in four hours, I think much faster than Jane, but I think we must report everything to her.”
Duffy: “good, but I believe we need reinforcements.”
Tasha: “my friend is sending just the pilot.”
Duffy: “so…, we have to tell Jane to bring more people from Boston.”
Tasha: “yes that will be wise, we must call her immediately, but we can’t wait for her to come, we need to start searching for the girls, otherwise it could be too late.”
Duffy: “fine, I concord with you…”
Tasha called lieutenant Rizzoli and this one replayed that she’ll be there the next day, but asked the sergeants to start the search for the missing ladies. So, things were decided, Tasha and Duffy will wait for the helicopter and coordinate with the local authorities to visit Kennard’s farm.
Wilderness in Yellowstone, WY, Monday, 3:00 pm
The way to the Yellowstone River was long, not because of the distance, but due to the difficulty of walking on uncharted territory. Early in the morning, the three fugitives found several creeks, and using a rudimentary harpoon they caught some trout, they made a fire to cook the fish they also collected few prickly pears and used some paper sheets to boil water. Now, they were more certain that they have to ride toward the west using Tina’s compass.