Chapter 2.1: The Beginning Of The Superbug Wiping Out Cattle Farms

As Amanda and I started to become gardeners to start gardening to replace this once lost dairy farm. We’re currently digging up the ground to confirm its safe to plant seeds in soil. Earlier; there are some people who disposed all of these dead cows, and bulls,–and calves. Amanda has never seen this lost farm like this before! “Wow, this is sad,” said Amanda, getting ready to plant her seeds to grow carrots. All poisonous fungi has been killed off to prevent them from spreading. However; they already planted new plants since years ago, “I can see the farmhouse that is being sold, but vegetarian gardeners really need a hand from us.” “I’m not sure what’s happened to this old cattle farm,” I said, landing Amanda on the ground. Amanda spreads her wings to keep herself balanced. “If I’m not mistaking… this is the known sign of superbugs wiping out our cattle raised for meat and dairy. I have to reject cow’s milk for a while,–until dairy is safe to consume again,” said Amanda, digging up the ground, and planting seeds in a newly dug hole. She adds compost around these seeds to enable them to grow. All of the other fairies were trying to get this cattle farm restored… they were trying to order us to stop planting, but the fairy queen always protect the vegetarian culture against the greedy meat industry.

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Chapter 2.2: Saving Our Planet

Later, Amanda and I went towards the road that leads to the colder part of this kingdom. We can see lots of poor villagers doing their tasks. We also met Samantha, and her goose, Gabrielle. Samantha rides her goose. Gabrielle is a white goose with an orange beak, orange feet, and she’s tall. Samantha wears a yellow dress, white stockings, flat green shoes, and an orange apron. She has dark skin, and brown hair. Gabrielle: “Welcome to our village, our poor villagers are going to have lunch in any moment. Looks like you’re going to the village that is cold in New Kingdom.” Samantha: “We’re also going to the colder part of this kingdom, looks like you’re going to finish up their windmills that are being built. Don’t be late.” Amanda and I continued flying over the road. Samantha and Gabrielle sped up to catch up with us.

We discovered lots of large houses in the colder section of New Kingdom. This poor neighborhood had shared goods for years. The streets are made of blocks of ice. The sidewalks are made of bricks. Most trees are preserved as natural decorations for their suburbs. Each house has a multiple-room format, 3-4 stories high, built of bricks, large windows, and large doors. There are 20,000 people who lived in the suburb. There’s no cars found, but a subway that is linked from the seasonal section of New kingdom. Electric trams, and electric buses are mostly used. Each electric bus holds 72 passengers, they’re built for traveling over streets that made of ice blocks. Most falling snow is collected to be compressed into ice blocks. For these neighbors to reduce global warming, they outlawed use of coal-burning power plants. Windmills are the mandatory sources of energy they are using. Like other renewable energy, they don’t hurt the planet.However, they’re windmills are built for blizzards, gusty winds up to 200 mph. They can generate thousands of gigawatts of electricity. They have 400 windmills someplace. But we can find the location of these windmills. But it may take some time. Snow that is falling constantly is always recycled. Snow cones are made everyday! They’re shipped to stores to be sold as cold treats. Money that is made is used to keep this suburb going. Since this place is peaceful, these people are smart, and kind.

What if we had windmills in the cold environment?

  • We don’t need a coal-plant. All we have to do just use wind. That means, each windmill must handle the coldest conditions to run. Due to friction, it generates heat. The cold air itself cools the mechanism. If you had hundreds of them you will get lots of electricity.
  • Our cold environment is going to have clean air,–leaving ice caps intact. Mining for coal will be dropped via percentage.

What if we used solar energy, and windmills via hotter environments?

  • We can able to cool down our planet. You can also turn off the lights to cool down the planet too. We can also get clean air via this format of energy.
  • Imagine we had solar panels installed on each building in Africa. The results are astonishing! If we removed all coal-plants, we will get more clean air.

Hours later; Amanda and I went to the empty house, so we can camp out in the cold village. Samantha and Gabrielle are building a snow fort. Inside this house, there’s multiples of rooms that are large. Furniture is already set. The bunks are already set upstairs. The flooring is tiled. But the rest of the flooring is carpeted. We can see the tea room that is located at the north section of this house. Maybe the owner is out of town, but he left a message on a desk. We have to camp here for a while because, we have to reach the windmills that are active during the blizzard. We just started our adventure.

Amanda’s cousin, Joe came to our temperary house, he’s bringing his luggage with him. Amanda: “You finally made it! We’re going towards the set of windmills in the cold environment. New Kingdom is using renewable energy to opt out of fossil-fuels. Our fairies in this kingdom is doing different tasks.” Joe: “My brothers are planning on taking down the abandon coal-plant in the hot climate. Four of them are trying to do their best job. And I forgot to tell you the news; New Kingdom had outlawed coal-mining. Since we saved lots of trees, we can darken our town,–making it look like a fancy town. Substainable farms, crops, and other products is a must for our kingdom. The cattle farm that I visited is running again. Our farmers had solved the problem.” “We’re continuing to go eggless,–so we can help other villagers speed up their project. Our humane farms had did some upgrades,” I said. Amanda and I went to the parlor to drop off our camera. Joe went to the kitchen to drop off the freezer that he’s working on. Joe’s voice: “Four of my brothers needed an extra boost for their project, If we can make it, we can take down the coal-plant. These fairies had trouble doing it.” Amanda and I started flying out of the parlor,–getting ready to fly towards the hot location,–where other fairies are at. That’s when Joe activates the freezer.

As Amanda and I left, Joe continued working on his project. He built his own freezer! This unit has a surge-state mechanism that will activate the compressor. Since the condensor coils are arranged like a block; the power condensor fan pulls heat from the coils. Since the kitchen gets cold, the heat from the coils are collected, and blown at the side of the freezer. Since it’s an upright freezer, the unit that blows the heat is ontop of a freezer unit. The evaporator coils. are positioned to an angle. The evaporator fan pulls cold air from the coils, to the freezer compartment. The filter keeps dust from being channeled to the coils. The condensor coils are also protected with a filter too. They catch dust,–leaving the coils intact. However, he didn’t bring just 1 unit, he brong 2 units. The second unit, but it has a condensor unit underneath the freezer unit. They work the same way, but the second unit is going to be used in the cellar. Joe build freezers as a living. He can turn an old refrigerator into a freezer unit. He’s also good at recycling. The 3 fairies came to our house. They are going to drop off the recycling. That way; if we come back to our house, we can take it to the recycling facility.

Later, we flown to the hot location where the coal-plant is being taken down. We helped these other fairies finish their project. So far, solar-panels are already installed to these buildings. Almost all of these houses are using solar-panels. Most of them have metal roofs. They also had green roofs. These streets are made of dirt. And these sidewalks are made of bricks. These streetlamps, use biological fuels to light the dark neighborhood, others use electricity, since they use batteries as counter storage device, solar-panels that are embedded to each lamp. The forest is remain intact. People who live inside the forest built large portable cabins to sleep in. They had multiples of rooms. Vegans who often live here distribute lots of vegan products. Since they don’t drive cars, they ride animals to travel. All of these cabins are spred out. Amanda and I used tools to tear down the coal-plant. Four of these fairies flown out of the way to see the coal-plant go down.

Amanda and I started flying towards the village,–where 4 of Joe’s brothers live. These villagers are poor, but they do manage recycling. About 33 fairies are working in the garden. Since they had a giant garden, they can decorate their entire village with lots of plants. They do had a train. It travels on elevated tracks, and open-canals. They installed rain barrels to catch water,–so they can use it for watering plants. There’s no cars found in this village. But only the job industries own motor-vehicles. However, some people own RVs, and motorhomes. The sewer system is equipped with a machine that collects methane gas, it’s recycled as fuel. It’s built-in waste-to-energy plant generates power for the entire unit. This system is so complex, it can block CO2 gases by 99%! If the sun ever sets, it gets cold. That’s when people are asleep. But some people are awake because, they had complex jobs.

Amanda and I went back to our house that we’re using in the cold environment. We planned on continuing our flight to the windmills in the cold environment. But we have to help other fairies. Since they had trouble building a windmill someplace in the cold environment, they need our helping hand. Joe’s Voice: “You finally came back, we decided to speed up our project, since we’re exploring, we had planned to connect our subway to the hot environment. Since New Kingdom is a large kingdom, we are going to install bridges that will go over the canal,–where our trains will go through.” Amanda: “Our mission is accomplished! We torn down the coal-plant, the following village in the hot environment had started using solar-panels as their default energy. They also used green roofs, and metal roofs, to replace asphalt roofs. Since they had streets made of dirt, they can let rain water go to the ground naturally. They had a giant garden that is shared with other villagers.” “It was so hot, we had to stop at the lunch sheds to cool down. These solar-panels can collect the sun, and convert it to energy. And the shed is cold as expected. Our poor villagers did their good job!” I said. Joe had finished working with his icebox that is going to store foods. The dry ice holder is installed,–so it can cool fresh foods, and freeze frozen foods. Amanda and I started flying towards our bunks to settle down.

Amanda and I went to sleep early. Joe and the other fairies are doing their project at night. Most of our neighbors are preparing to sleep. They are waiting for new windmills to be built later on. Bruce, Samantha, Gabrielle, and Christopher are camping out at the suburb that is being setup for new owners. The environment is still intact. That means, w’re saving our planet. New Kingdom is still a busy place, but parts of it are sleepy. Almost all villagers are asleep because, they’re finalizing their work. Since They are going home, they usually eat their dinner,–before they sleep at 22:00.

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Chapter 3: It’s Getting Colder In Our Village

On the next day, Amanda and I started flying north of this sleepy suburb. We’re getting close to these windmills,–so we can check out this project. We had a dream last night. Amanda told me about a dream what she had. She was dreaming about everyone who are believing in fairies. These villagers are done with their project. I had a dream about riding rabbits in a garden. Amanda and I can feel the cold air blowing as we fly towards these windmills. Since the power station is receiving energy from these windmills, it also heated water to distribute water service to all neighbors. If water is cold, it will freeze into ice. It isn’t just an ordinary power station, it accessed as a home for workers who work on windmills. However, we can see a new windmill that is almost done being built. Since it’s too far to reach, we have to land, and settle down in this house.

As we got there, we met Ron, Tim and Greg. They are playing checkers, and cards. This house may look like a cottage, but it’s larger. Greg: “Drink some tea with us! The temperature is dropping.” Amanda: “Your house looks good, maybe you built it via team work. We’re about to reach the windmills, and finish the project.” We settled down, and started drinking some tea. Tim is working with his box that is going to be used as a toolbox. He’s a construction worker who likes to build things. He operates a crane as a living. He built super strong buildings that can withstand serious impact. His company who builds tall buildings has already gone rich, and they are upgrading their building techniques,–so they can go to the next level. Ron is fixing his plow that recycles snow, and turn it into blocks of Ice. Samantha and Gabrielle came to this cottage. They told us about this cold section of New Kingdom is getting colder. Maybe we had gone rid of fossil-fuels. Maybe we fought pollution successfully. Greg started riding his unicorn to go to the windmills that are almost finalized. But 1 of them aren’t done just yet.

Amanda and I are continuing to fly to the windmills to finish the windmill that isn’t spinning just yet. Ron started bringing his plow with him., so he can clear piles of snow at the windmills. Many of us are heading north, we had to go through the power station in order to access these windmills. This long flight takes time. However; our village needs more power in order to be lit at night. The giant windmill needs to be completed. Or the coal-plant someplace will turn back on. We can’t afford this section to be warmed up,–causing snow to melt. And we can see it far away from the suburb. Once the coal-plant is turned off, they will remove it from New Kingdom. Before it’s removed, power from this plant is restricted for building a windmill only. If they can finish up the remaining fuel inside, they can finally clean up the entire plant. And cleanup is scheduled,–after the finalized windmill is built.

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Chapter 3.1: This Is My Another Fairy

I woke up early. I discovered this fairy,–dressed up in silver, comparing to Amanda; she wears a big poofy silver dress, silver stockings, pinkish silver apron, flat silver shoes, and a silver crown with a removable diamond. She has light skin, pink lips, silver hair, silver eyes, jumbo silver wings with a glitter background with a shiny format, tall , and she can speak British. She also has a message tag with a following message:

We gave you a secondary fairy for you because, you did the right thing in our kingdom. At this case, you helped the hermet escape from cruelty. We’re working on finding a fairy for this person. But 1 problem is; we ran out of fairies, and his/her wishes are delayed. If you found some problems, please let us know by filing a report to us.

I discovered a magic wand that she’s holding. It’s a silver one; it does had a star ontop. I started riding on this fairy. Amanda is working with Xaivier. Amanda: “The fairy who you’re riding is a secondary fairy from the fairy port. Her name is Annie. She came out of your dream because, you explored her palace within your dream. She’s also my cousin.” Annie: “Xavier is going to stay with Amanda for a while! Let’s start flying outdoors, and explore some new places. As we explore; we’re going to interact with other people in our community. And I’ll show you that is going to surprise for you, and Xavier.” “Let’s start our quest in New Kingdom,” I replied. Amanda;” “I’ll stay here with him. We’ll meet you at our planned meeting place!” Annie and I started flying outside. Sheryl started making breakfast downstairs.

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Chapter 4: A Surprise Adventure in New Kingdom

Days later; Annie and I are enjoying tea, and tarts,–to confirm our victory. Since we stopped these poachers, we can able to continue our journey,–to surprise Xavier; his fairy is finally coming to our camping-house. Amanda is working on her project. She’s building a ride-on toy for Xavier, so he can cheer up. The rest of our crew are still on a journey,–exploring new places.

Annie and I started flying out of our house, making a journey to New Kingdom’s palaces. Winter has arrived, almost all of these streets are covered in snow, however; that’s not the case for these villagers. Annie and I can see the fairy queen heading towards the palace far away from us. We can fly towards it, but it takes lots of effort. Snow is blown by the wind. Handling the coldest temperatures in this village,–where snow is constantly falling; is tricky! Many villagers believed keeping the environment cold is the must. Many towns are covered in snow. There’s an untold stories of villagers using snow for their streets. Their water supply is warmed up,–to prevent pipes from freezing. They use state-of-the-art electric boilers to keep water warm, existing steam pushes water out of the boiler; traveling pipes. Since it uses recycled electricity; it relies on it’s own power source, it gets it from the subway system.

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