After the flurry of activity in Rosie’s last episode, it’s oddly quiet today. In Silverton, OR, not a creature is stirring.
And everything is quiet in Syracuse, IT as well.
I wonder where everyone could have gone?
Ah, *there* they are.
Well, looks like they’re all taking off. Let’s hope that Rosie’s map is right, and we’ll see you next week.
As we catch up to Rosie, after her last episode when she found that Fetch had stored away all of her dream objects in her cupboard, she appears to be . . . well . . . dragging a big bag of flour across her room . . .
dumping it all in a sand table . . .
and then . . . not quite sure . . . looks like maybe she’s putting the things in her cupboard into and, oh, the blackbird has returned and appears to have gotten flour on himself.
Well, that’s all pretty puzzling. Let’s see what Lily and Daisy are up to.
After their last episode, when they talked with the stranger who had left Daisy and Rosie at the library, they figured out that Camellia may have landed on an island. Now they’re heading to the library to figure out what kind of land masses she might have been able to reach in her rowboat.
Let’s see what Rosie’s up to now. Oh, it looks like James has gone to her room, and now he’s making a phone call . . .
to tell Lily and Daisy that they can stop their research . . .
because Rosie is sitting on her floor, beside a diorama with a boat, a raven, and a hut, looking at a detailed map of a set of islands. . .
and beside her, is a Camellia.