There wasn't a lot to be said about Cheshire. It was a little out of the way of everything else and here, life took on a slower place than most. Many of her children felt trapped here, but they eventually returned and were welcomed back in open arms. Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler http://bighugelabs.com/onblack.php?id=2458728423&size=large [But instead of a wire fence, there is a stone wall about six feet high] The bed and breakfast was on the edge of town, a solitary figure on three acres of rich, fertile soil and life, and the woman who had called this place her home for her entire life was content with it. Happy, no. It had been quite sometime since she had honestly thought of herself as happy. But content, yes. Because this is where she belonged, where they all belonged ... Meanwhile, a fifteen minute walk from the bed and breakfast, the town was a bit more busy than usual. It was Tuesday morning and they were going to have their annual town fair right in the center of Cheshire! Food, fun, games! Even a few carnival rides they had managed to rent from the city!