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Sarah Daffy

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    I write. And write. And write. Oh, and I am also a dancer, screenwriter, musician, songwriter, baker, writer, metal detectorist, animal lover, future author, fellow Christian, writer, and artist. Did I forget to mention I am a writer?

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  1. Would two robbers in the 1840s (one of which is very dim-witted) attack two lone girls on a horse in the boonies who they assumed were carrying money and then duel back and forth with them?

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    2. Bob Leone

      Bob Leone

      That would make them tough enough to do battle, if the robbers didn't have guns. If they do then it would be harder for them to resist.

       

    3. Sarah Daffy

      Sarah Daffy

      I was thinking more of swords although it might be a little late for that. One girl fights with a sword and the other one a stick and a book.

    4. Bob Leone

      Bob Leone

      That would work then. I am sure growing up in an orphanage they learned to defend themselves.

      If they were traveling in the boonies they would surely be armed with a sword or large knife.

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