It seems as if we waltzed in and heads turned and we got it. We got it and now just need to be sure we can keep the money. I can't believe it! Looking at him, though, I shouldn't be surprised. He is always so determined, so alert, and so keen. Jim said they owed him. I trust that the years he complained about that "crew of theives" is all behind us now. They won't come after us.
I wonder how much it is. He stashed a separate small pouch or box in the belt at his back right away.
"What's that? Seems more important to you than the pile of cash," I said, now hours ago.
He double checked the alarm and locks in hopes for a quiet night.
"Elizabeth, tomorrow morning we are going to leave. There is someone we need to see."