Dax Jagger: Part 2: TravelsPart 2: Travels
Year: 3098, 6th Month, 6th Day of the 2nd Week
Location: The Waists (Formally known as Los Angeles, California)
Dax and Caindux both were resting under the awning after they finished welding for one day, Caindux's legs tangled as he lay on his side against he dry sand, Dax lay against his friend, eating some fruit. Alien fruit was very sweet, it was orange and had a green outside, in the shape of a funnel, for humans of the older times, it was a taste similar to a peach and grapefruit.
As he chewed and slurped the dripping juices, whipping his mouth, he stood and shook his pants of any dust. When he swallowed he looked onward to the market place, they lived far from it, but the lands were so flat that he could see a town that was more than 10 miles away, which the market place is. They're shack was very small compared to the patrol ships, many who passed thought of the shack as a bunch of junk metal, and thought nothing to bother with it.
Dax grinned and turned t
Dax Jagger: Part 1: A LEGEND IS TRUE?
Part 1: A Legend is True!
Year: 3098, 6th Month, 2nd Day of the 2nd Week
Location: The Wastes (Formally known as Los Angeles, California)
The Wastes were hot, there was no vegetation, not ways of growing food, without a green house, water had to be bought or dug up, it was easier to buy within the many large markets scattered.
Many dared not to live outside of these market places and small villages, for the Wastes lived up to its name. No lakes, nothing left outside of the markets but dust, sand and heat, it was very dry, and very harsh. There was not even an ocean, the Waists, who many forgotten it as Los Angeles, had once had a beautiful sea, but like the other parts of the world, there was no more water above the surface, just sand, a long travel could even take you to the New Lands, once called New Zealand.
The world was connected, yet it divided, for you see, for over 100 years, no human has been seen, or heard of ever again. Strange thing is, aliens now habitat on Earth.