"The government pretty much abandoned us," Kelli said, tone hardening.
Kelli led her into a building.
Kelli said and pointed.
Kelli waited by the door, gazing out at the river.
"Nice to meet you, Lana," Kelli said, looking over her shoulder.
It's safer here, and the supplies are dropped off every day about this time, Kelli explained.
She trailed Kelli, who walked to the main street again.
We're building a bigger battery to store the energy we generate from the river, but … Kelli shrugged.
Seems logical enough, Kelli answered.
Anyway, we'll put you in temporary housing until we have a place for you, Kelli said.
Kelli asked with a smile.
We have a plan, Kelli answered with confidence Lana didn't share.
Kelli greeted a few of the women in the room and led Lana into what looked like a former warehouse in the back of the building.
"One for your stuff and one to sit on," Kelli explained, ducking into one such room and holding up the blanket acting as a door for Lana to enter.
Lana looked Kelli over more closely, noticing the clothing for the first time.
More than we have dogs, Kelli added.
Kelli flashed a smile and left.
When Kelli woke her, the warehouse was dark, except for the low light of lanterns like the one dangling from the ceiling into Lana's room.
"I thought you'd be hungry," Kelli said.
She changed and placed her micro and vault into her pockets then followed Kelli out of the warehouse, through the front office space and into the street.
"It was a good hunting day," Kelli said, excitement in her voice.
Kelli greeted one of the men with a kiss and a quick hug before going to the woman cutting chunks of meat off the deer.
Lana stood to the side, watching Kelli prepare two plates.
Kelli ladled out the contents of the kettles onto each plate.
Lana hesitated then sat, watching Kelli use the bread in place of utensils to eat her dinner.
She planned on telling him her name was Kelli, and that she was a model.