Year 6 Day 193
Snow! How have I missed this?
I decided to map more of the landmarks in the interior of the continent. I find flying is easier the more I do it, so I started by teleporting to the equatorial east coast and flying west, pausing to use the stars to get coordinates whenever I saw a place I thought I might want to visit again. It took remarkably little time to spot a snow-covered mountain.
I was night flying, to avoid the heat, but I won’t need to worry about that on this mountain!
I think I will go back in daylight and see if this snow, like the rare snowfalls we had when I was a child, will pack into snowballs.
Jarn’s Journal is the journal of a human-like alien stranded in Africa 125,000 years ago. He has connected with a group of our primitive ancestors, and is slowly exploring the continent. He has very little technology salvaged, aside from a computer, but he is capable of teleportation, levitation, and other esper talents. A longer version of this post is on my main blog; the entire Journal to day is on my author site.