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The sound of crickets hung on the dense fog and the odor of the brisk Sunday morning air circulates around the car. "David, where are we heading at six in the afternoon to a Sunday?" Jane requested. A heavy rumbling laugh came in David's throat when he stepped out the doorway in his forest green pullover and black cap to place a basket of food in the car. "David!" Jane raised her voice, bloated. "Jane, just be silent for a couple minutes and get in the car." David reacted, half laughing. Jane kicked at a dirt just outside the doorway and trudged out to the car. Jane's silence lasted throughout the automobile ride, till they got to the docks. "Are we meeting a distant uncle of yours out here or something?" Jane asked. "No, that is another that is another pier. Get the basket of food and then meet me out there." David responded picking up on her flirty tone. Jane took each step moments at one time, worrying the worn dock could provide out beneath her. Impatiently David grabbed her hand and pulled her into a spot right in front a small ship. "uhh." Was all Jane could get out. The boat was worn with red and black paint chipping from the sides and patched up holes in the inside. " . . safe." Jane said. David rolled his eyes and began placing the basket of food at the ship. "It is chilly out now." Jane mentioned rubbing her wrists wearing just a white shirt and blue jeans. David instantly reacted pulling out a white north head and a blue knit hat and then handed them into Jane. Jane smirked and snatched them from David's handson. "You still have not told me what we're doing yet." Jane stated, placing her coat. " Even though I think I have a fairly good idea." Silently, David grabbed to oars from the boat. "Hop in." Jane responded. "Uh, I will stay...