In the end I was less spooked than I might have been. Until that night, when an intense and relentless electric wind battered my tent. All. Night. Long. Slowing only long enough to wind back and gather speed for another blasting. My anxious heartbeats seemed to match the patterns of those assaults. Big Agnes Malone held her ground, but I was a hot mess by the morning.
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