Erin followed Rob out into the woods behind the trailer park; they walked far out into the trees. He kept turning to look at her as she observed the environment.
"Take note of the smells and sounds, try to identify them. Do that as often as you can, and you'll quickly sharpen your senses." He smirked and quickened his pace. Erin couldn't help but stare at the back of his pants, she didn't know why but his rear seemed very attractive to her. But he was such a stiff, she thought. She couldn't see how this could be fun, it was starting to seem like school work. He pretty much just assigned her homework.
"So, Rob, is this going to be fun?" She looked hopeful, but saw him chuckle a little.
"Maybe. What do you consider fun?" He grinned, she couldn't tell from where she was standing, but he did. Erin thought a minute, then scampered up to catch up with him.
"Are we almost there?"
"Yes." With that, he pushed through some bushes, and they arrived in a clearing. A very familiar clearing.