A New Home – Story 8: Lyla & Bendle

Girlen has managed to tap into the NASA computers and gathers data on the solar system.

venusThe Himmincats decide that the best place for them to land is Venus.

It’s perfect – Earthlings think it is uninhabitable, because of being covered by poisonous gas and having an unstable surface.

The Himmincats know, however, that the gas atmosphere will provide great “cover” for them, underneath which they can recondition and create a new, sub-atmosphere where they can live.

Also, being close to another civilized planet like Earth would have its advantages, because they can always travel there if they get in a real pinch and get things that they need.

Finally, they figure that if the humans ever came after them, Venus, a planet in Earth’s own solar system, would be the last place they would look. (Sort of the old hide-and-seek strategy of picking a place really close to “base.”)

They land on Venus and turn on their environmental conditioner.

After 2 days, the new environment on Venus has been created.

It is made up of 4 areas, called sectors – the jungle sector, the desert sector, the mountain sector, and the ocean sector.

They decide to go explore the sectors of their new world.

ObeliskFirst, however, they build a monument where they have landed, honoring the people of their home planet Orth.

It is a very moving ceremony.

When the monument is up, a holographic image is automatically projected up from the monument (which is kind of a tall, narrow, pyramid obelisk) that shows the elders of Orth.

They give an inspiring message to Lyla, Bendle, Girlen, and Troy.

They are the hope for future generations of Orthians.

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