Hiawatha looked. He was on a cold dank boat. He saw a sick group and freezing water. He stood up got the ore and paddled, he paddled past mountain, past grassland, and past waterfalls. He kept on paddling until his boat went thump against the land of the Mohawk. He stared at the wood and heard the birds. He loved the huge forest and the trees. He stared a a big oak with enough branches for him to come up to see the sky. He stood at the plaque until the leader came out. He said “what do want?” Hiawatha replied, “to have a talk”. The leader said gruffly “I will let you in but make it quick”. Hiawatha got in the big mossy stone circle. He smiled at the people and spoke. He talked about the boat rides. He spoke about the people he met. And he spoke of the Peacemaker. “He was more than a friend” He said. The crowd then went silent. They then stood up and clapped about Hiawatha. They said they would come with him and applauded and applauded. Hiawatha stood there beaming. He looked at the sick faces and saw happiness. He was happy.
That night Hiawatha woke. He was not tired so he decided to go down to the shore to listen to the water. As he was walking down the sandy slope he saw fire light. He stared and ventured closer. The human next to the fire was a man, Hiawatha looked more and gasped. He did not gasp at the meal this man was cooking of rabbit vegetables and potatoes. He did not gasp at how low the fire was. He gasped at the figure sitting there, who was the Peacemaker, Hiawatha ran towards the figure yelling, “how did you get here?” The figure said “what do you mean? I got out of the water and walked here”. Hiawatha was to amazed to listen to the response he ran towards the man sobbing, with tears dampening the sand. He thought about how much he missed him, he thought about where he would be without him. He was tired so he did not linger on the thought long. Hiawatha then took the Peacemaker up the beach to his home.
Hiawatha woke with the loud screech of the birds. He woke with the feeling of happiness. He walked to the Peacemakers cabin. The Peacemaker was there. He looked like he was packing in a large duffel bag made of leaves. Hiawatha wondered why the Peacemaker was packing. The Peacemaker did not notice Hiawatha. Hiawatha did not want to go on another boat ride. Then Hiawatha got it, they were going to Tadodaho. And Tadodaho lived far past when the lake ended. They were going to have to walk through the heat and the sand to a witch. The Peacemaker looked at Hiawatha and said “You finally learned what I wanted to achieve in this journey”. And he took one look at Hiawatha's white face and howled happily with laughter.