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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 16 - FAREWELL TO DARKNESS

rockets. They had also captured about a hundred and fifty refugees that afternoon and evening.
No, they didn't think we should start now. They would stay with us for a while, and then they would go on as if they hadn't seen us at all. Our host walked by and I grabbed him.
" What's going on?" I asked.
" The soldiers will leave," he whispered. "Then around nine o'clock two guides will come and take you to a farm. You will all go there and stay until it's safe to start for the border. Don't worry," he said, "everyone is keeping a watch on the Russians."
Around nine o'clock the soldiers said farewell. "Good luck," they told us before they left.
The first guide arrived a few minutes later and fifteen of us started out in the group.
It was an icy cold night. The mud froze on our shoes. We were bitter, tired, and desperate. The one exception was Catherine. She enjoyed every minute of this strange excursion. To her it was a game. The man in the front lay down and the others followed suit. No one would scold her for muddying her coat. It was a splendid game, she thought. Lonci was less enthusiastic. She was worried lest Catherine catch cold. Whenever we lay down in the mud she tried to pull the child to herself, so she wouldn't get too wet.
Finally, we spied some lights in the distance. After another weary walk we arrived at the farm. It was a wonderful feeling to be in a warm room once again. The place was full of people, most of them refugees. Two farm girls were sleeping in beds, the rest of us lay down on the floor using our overcoats as a bed.
The guide told us that we could start after midnight. He suggested that we try to sleep and get some energy. Then he turned on the radio. Radio Free Europe broadcasts throughout the night. Our guide listened to it for it provided good information about the Soviet troops which guarded the border.

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