The weather today, unfortunately, turned out to be heavy rain.
Let’s say I don’t want to get my fur wet, so I’m cooped up in the treehouse.
To pass the time, I took a tree from the Four-dimensional Space and made some deep plates.
I made about six of them.
And I put it outside.
It collects rainwater.
When the wind blows, my body gets wet.
Unlike in a tent, there are no walls.
There isn’t enough wood left over for me to build a wall.
If I were to make it, I would have to go and cut down a new one.
But if I leave now, I’ll be soaked for sure.
A true dilemma.
Aah, you blew my plate!
And the rain is cold!
Damn, when the weather clears, I’ll build the wall.
I should have made it without skipping any corners.
I cut the remaining wood as thin as a katsuobushi (sliced dried bonito) and twisted it to make a string.
This is the same one that I use for the treehouse.
There’s a way to boil the grass down to a string, but that’s not possible now that we don’t have a pot or a fire.
I repeated the same process over and over again, making a lot of string.
When I finished, I stored the strings in the Four-dimensional Space.
It wasn’t until later in the evening that the rain stopped.
With that, I jump out of the house.
Now, let’s start gathering the materials.
Let’s collect more of it.