Just played 's entry to the , To Vermont & Michigan, with my seven-year-old kiddo:
Took less than fifteen minutes. He chose to be The Land. He did a good job of describing the transitions of the seasons, less a good job making them seem ruthless. He was brave...

...picking the Poet's mother to die at the end, but got a little choked up during my eulogy. He told me I could get a new mother. I told him that usually doesn't happen, but that as The Land he could probably make happen whatever he wanted. He said, "Yes, you get a new one, because I say." On the walk home we talked about why people die. No regrets at all about playing it.

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