Within several hundred yards radius everything is tear off, the trees uprooted, the flowers are like grinded, the golf course is covered by all kinds of debris. The shelter that saved their lives is only a heap of materials, shredded wood, gardening equipment smashed and spread out messy. It’s like if a mini tornado happened. Continue reading S2-e43 – Mortal danger
The shelter is shaken in all directions and the roof risks every second to fly away or to fall down on Gwenn and her partners.
The fear can be read on the faces and Alex is particularly nervous. Continue reading S2-e42 – Deluge on the golf course
Alex is furious, but particularly upset by being overtaken by a woman. “You could touch me” he says to Gwenn, the glare, when she joins him. But, Gwenn, imperturbable, answers him: “You should have waited that I play”.
Gwenn is ahead of time and decides to go to the practice to train a bit.
Her work and all her misfortunes forces her to reduce playing her favorite sport.
She knows she will find no logical explanation and after a copious breakfast, she decides to go to the golf where she made an appointment for a course. This is the first time she can get there since her relocation and she does not like to let down her new partners.
After a good golf course, Gwenn goes back home. She is tired and a bit relaxed, she played well and had fun with her friends. But getting closer to her apartment, she felt the tension rising. What will she discover again? Furthermore, her new diploma forces her to leave her current job, the firm that employs offers her a job in relation to her new status, but in Brittany in the suburbs of Quimper. So, she will have to move quickly.
Gwenn wakes up screaming and drenched in sweat; she stays a moment motionless, and must admit she is well in her bed and nothing threats her. She falls asleep, exhausted.