A vulture landed on the moldering wreck of a wagon. The wagon had been part of an ill-fated journey and a desperate fight. A broken rifle, the bones, and a few cracked arrows told a tale that was common for the journey west. There was nothing left for scavengers: man or beast. The bleaching bones were picked clean, any goods were taken as spoils, and the joints and boards of both wagons had already begun to rust and decay. Soon, the journey would be forgotten; swept away by winds of the plains.
the ground is unreflective grass. a covered wagon. a barrel is 4 feet from the covered wagon. the barrel is 1 foot in the ground. the barrel is leaning 90 degrees to the left. an upside down vehicle is 5 feet to the northeast of the covered wagon. the vehicle is 3.6 feet in the ground. a skeleton is 3 feet behind the covered wagon. the skeleton is leaning 90 degrees to the north. the skeleton is .5 foot in the ground. an artifact is 1 foot to the west of the covered wagon. the artifact is leaning 80 degrees to the south. the artifact is 1.7 feet in the ground. a gun is 1 foot northwest of the artifact. the gun is leaning 90 degrees to the west. a small arrow is -11 inch south of the barrel. the arrow is facing north. another small arrow is -21 inch south of the artifact. the small arrow is .2 foot above the ground. the small arrow is leaning 98 degrees to the south. another small arrow is 1 inch south of the artifact. the small arrow is 1 inch in the ground. the small arrow is facing northeast. an ax is -3 foot north of the skeleton. the ax is facing north. the ax is leaning 99 degrees to the south. the ax is 2 inches off the ground. a vulture is -1.3 inch above the covered wagon. the vulture is facing northwest. a buffalo is 80 feet northeast of the vehicle. a small buffalo is 1 foot northwest of the buffalo. a bison is 8 feet north of the small buffalo.