Getting away, she called it. We need to get away from it all.
He thought it was more like bringing everything with them. Packing up the comfortable city life full of conveniences unimaginable a century ago, things like hypoallergenic pillows and gluten-free pasta. They brought their stove, their tent, their memory foam mattress, their propane appliances, LED lamps, a video player. She arranged these things in camp to mirror their house in town.
He looks at what he took with him when he fled the camp for good three days ago.
A knife, a flint, a fishing line and hook.