Goose: from Arkansas, and you?
Duck: Oklahoma, so we were neighbors.
Goose: did you hear that there were severe storms there last week? We left just in time.
Duck: yes, I'm afraid my uncles who did not want to come with us did not make it.
Goose: it's the same for us, we were twenty to go there, but six of us wanted to stay longer, I do not think it was a good idea.
Duck: it is always a gamble, going or staying, there's always good reasons both ways, and you never know who to listen to.
Goose: ultimately, I think it always a question of available resources.
Duck: do you mean we are nomads, but not free of our choices?
Goose: yes, but I think it's same for everyone else, and I like big blue skies and long distances travels, like you, so that 's enough for my happiness. I do not understand why some geese have decided to become sedentary.
Duck: they are probably mutant.
Goose: or lazy.
Duck: they will possibly lose their wings.
Goose: oh, shut up, how awful!
Duck: ah, ah, there will look like these big chickens I saw in pens, they do not even speak the same language as wild chickens.
Goose: Duck, stop, what you are saying is not funny.
Duck: well, well, do not get mad, and tell me, your crew and you, are you going to Canada?
Goose: no, we stop in Northern Maine. There are large pristine lakes up there, and it's a good place to raise our children.
Duck: us, we 'll go to Canada, just on the other side of the border, so we will be neighbors again.
Goose: then we will perhaps meet here on the way back.
Duck: it will be with pleasure, Goose.
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