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Not yet. Haven't even moved the door. Didn't want to open it or close it until you got back with us. " Ryan nodded, wincing at the smothering pain that welled up from the back of his skull at the moment. " He looked across the chamber, seeing that the heavy door still stood a few inches open. It had been a close call, and a lesson for any future jumps that they might make. If the gateway door had been left open just a little bit wider, Ryan suspected that none of them would have survived the jump.
My head tells me that. " He wiped salt spray from his face. B. " Krysty readied herself to start paddling again. " Resuming paddling caused him a lot of serious pain. He had been wounded with an arrow through the lower back. The shaft had been withdrawn, but there'd been no time to rest, and he was aware that he'd lost a fair drop of blood. , who'd taken a musket ball through the fleshy part of his upper left arm in the same firefight. The skinny figure was doing sterling work, working his paddle right-handed.
He managed a thin smile. " "In another country," Doc said sonorously. " Ryan didn't feel like unraveling one of Doc's runic sayings right then, so he let it pass. " he asked. B. replied. "Not yet. Haven't even moved the door. Didn't want to open it or close it until you got back with us. " Ryan nodded, wincing at the smothering pain that welled up from the back of his skull at the moment. " He looked across the chamber, seeing that the heavy door still stood a few inches open. It had been a close call, and a lesson for any future jumps that they might make.