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The Cabin Hideout (Part 1)
Posted:Mar 11, 2019 10:52 am
Last Updated:May 20, 2019 6:27 pm
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What was one supposed to do if there was nothing left to do?

Laura had gotten so used to the omnipresent danger, the running and fighting that she thought she had forgotten how to relax. Back in the city they had barely had a day without any incidents, narrow escapes from police raids and she had been on constant alert. Then she had thought she hated it but now that it was over - at least for the time being - she wondered if she could ever return to a normal lifestyle.

Not that it was bad to safely lay low for a while - not with one of the mosts beautiful lake cabins as her hideout - just... out of her comfort zone.

The cabins were safe, remote and since they had never been connected to the network the government would never even know of their existence unless they sent someone personally, which was more than unlikely seeing they were still 110% occupied with damage control.

She had woken up a mere hour ago and despite everything being super beautiful she was already bored. The nights she had spent in empty apartments hoping she would wake up and still be alive had been just as silent and solitary, but then she had had a purpose.

Well, maybe her purpose was to catch a breath for a change, enjoy the rising sun and slightly chilly air.

A cup of coffee on the porch sounded like a great start, feet dangling into the water until it became too cold. And why exactly was she wearing clothes? Instinct had made her put on her jeans, the equally comfy and nondescript black sweater and even her pistol belt, but then she needed none of that out here, right?

Moments later she looked down upon her naked body with a smile and relaxation finally began to set in. With the slowest of paces she walked over to the large window that offered an amazing view on the lake, the rising sun and the trees in the distance.

Using her coffee as protection from the chilly morning air Laura went outside to dip her toes in, maybe take an early morning swim before the others would wake up. Or maybe not, the water was definitely a couple hundred degrees away from being warm.

Instead she used the glass window as a backrest, her elbows resting on her knees and her fingers turning the mug around to keep her fingers moving. She had always had problems keeping her fingers still, it drove her crazy to just sit or lie without moving.

The coffee tasted especially great, probably because it was one of the decent but cheap blends that the city's rich and poor scoffed at equally in their mutual ignorance.

For a moment Laura wondered why virtually nobody moved out here and instead even the poorest of the poor who had less than nothing to lose preferred to stay in the cities' lower levels where the sun never shone and the only natural thing they ever noticed was the rain pulling all the dirt down from the upper levels. Yet just in her view there was enough space for hundreds of people, but humanity had apparently forgotten about the vast empty areas surrounding the cities.

Smoke was rising from the hut on the other side of the lake where the tech squad slaved away on the data exports they had stolen in shifts in preparation of their return. Laura envied them a little because they still had work to do, but ever so slowly her body and mind had started to adjust and calm down. Another sip of coffee eased the shivers running over her naked skin and she decided to move back into the questionable warmth of a house heated by a stove that hadn't run for hours.

"Jesus, Laura, you can't walk around all naked here or you'll blind us poor souls."

Laura hadn't heard anyone enter the room and above all else that told her she had finally arrived in a vacation state of mind. She turned her head without moving away from the window and smiled over to Alex who shouldn't have been talking with his whole dress consisting of a pair of checkered boxers.

"Come on, you act as if you've never seen a naked chick."

"Chicks yes, but nothing as good looking as you."

"Stop it, you're making me blush. There's some coffee left if you like."

"Uh, sure. Not quite what I had on mind right now but I guess coffee's fine, too."

Laura chuckled and turned back to the window, enjoying herself and being naked around one of the few people she trusted far more than she should have. She listened to Alex pouring coffee into his mug and a second later he stood next to her, gazing out onto the water as much as her body.

Chuckling again she turned around to look at him, or maybe to tease him a little with a better sight of her breasts.

"Hey, my eyes are up here. Manners!"

He laughed and shook his head. "Sorry, sorry. You aren't making it easy, but then you know that and you love it because it brings some fun to the table. I bet you are already bored to death, eh?"

"Know me all too well. When can we go back again?"

"Weeks, months? Depends on the poor souls across the lake really, not much we can do to speed things up."

"Fuck."

He turned away from the window, making a conscious effort to look into her eyes.

"You know, normal people would love to spend a free vacation in this beautiful place."

"Yeah well, I'm not normal people and neither are you. If we were you'd work in the factories and ask how high if police asked you to jump."

"True. So, what's your plan to survive the time?"

"I was thinking havoc, maybe some chaos and certainly a good amount of fireworks."

Another plan began to grow inside her head and part of her wondered why she hadn't come up with it earlier.

"Yeah, that's just like you, always ignoring the simpler of two options." He avoided looking at her but she had caught what he had said. She put down her mug.

"Yeah, I was thinking of having someone fuck my brains out, but sadly it's incredibly hard to find a man who's up to the job."

Alex shook his head and smiled over her lady-like choice of words, then nodded over to the couch. "You know, I bet this poor couch has never seen any fucking. I feel like we should change that."

... To be continued.
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The Cabin Hideout (Part 1)
Posted:Mar 11, 2019 9:56 am
Last Updated:May 20, 2019 6:27 pm
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What was one supposed to do if there was nothing left to do?

Laura had gotten so used to the omnipresent danger, the running and fighting that she thought she had forgotten how to relax. Back in the city they had barely had a day without any incidents, narrow escapes from police raids and she had been on constant alert. Then she had thought she hated it but now that it was over - at least for the time being - she wondered if she could ever return to a normal lifestyle.

Not that it was bad to safely lay low for a while - not with one of the mosts beautiful lake cabins as her hideout - just... out of her comfort zone.

The cabins were safe, remote and since they had never been connected to the network the government would never even know of their existence unless they sent someone personally, which was more than unlikely seeing they were still 110% occupied with damage control.

She had woken up a mere hour ago and despite everything being super beautiful she was already bored. The nights she had spent in empty apartments hoping she would wake up and still be alive had been just as silent and solitary, but then she had had a purpose.

Well, maybe her purpose was to catch a breath for a change, enjoy the rising sun and slightly chilly air.

A cup of coffee on the porch sounded like a great start, feet dangling into the water until it became too cold. And why exactly was she wearing clothes? Instinct had made her put on her jeans, the equally comfy and nondescript black sweater and even her pistol belt, but then she needed none of that out here, right?

Moments later she looked down upon her naked body with a smile and relaxation finally began to set in. With the slowest of paces she walked over to the large window that offered an amazing view on the lake, the rising sun and the trees in the distance.

Using her coffee as protection from the chilly morning air Laura went outside to dip her toes in, maybe take an early morning swim before the others would wake up. Or maybe not, the water was definitely a couple hundred degrees away from being warm.

Instead she used the glass window as a backrest, her elbows resting on her knees and her fingers turning the mug around to keep her fingers moving. She had always had problems keeping her fingers still, it drove her crazy to just sit or lie without moving.

The coffee tasted especially great, probably because it was one of the decent but cheap blends that the city's rich and poor scoffed at equally in their mutual ignorance.

For a moment Laura wondered why virtually nobody moved out here and instead even the poorest of the poor who had less than nothing to lose preferred to stay in the cities' lower levels where the sun never shone and the only natural thing they ever noticed was the rain pulling all the dirt down from the upper levels. Yet just in her view there was enough space for hundreds of people, but humanity had apparently forgotten about the vast empty areas surrounding the cities.

Smoke was rising from the hut on the other side of the lake where the tech squad slaved away on the data exports they had stolen in shifts in preparation of their return. Laura envied them a little because they still had work to do, but ever so slowly her body and mind had started to adjust and calm down. Another sip of coffee eased the shivers running over her naked skin and she decided to move back into the questionable warmth of a house heated by a stove that hadn't run for hours.

"Jesus, Laura, you can't walk around all naked here or you'll blind us poor souls."

Laura hadn't heard anyone enter the room and above all else that told her she had finally arrived in a vacation state of mind. She turned her head without moving away from the window and smiled over to Alex who shouldn't have been talking with his whole dress consisting of a pair of checkered boxers.

"Come on, you act as if you've never seen a naked chick."

"Chicks yes, but nothing as good looking as you."

"Stop it, you're making me blush. There's some coffee left if you like."

"Uh, sure. Not quite what I had on mind right now but I guess coffee's fine, too."

Laura chuckled and turned back to the window, enjoying herself and being naked around one of the few people she trusted far more than she should have. She listened to Alex pouring coffee into his mug and a second later he stood next to her, gazing out onto the water as much as her body.

Chuckling again she turned around to look at him, or maybe to tease him a little with a better sight of her breasts.

"Hey, my eyes are up here. Manners!"

He laughed and shook his head. "Sorry, sorry. You aren't making it easy, but then you know that and you love it because it brings some fun to the table. I bet you are already bored to death, eh?"

"Know me all too well. When can we go back again?"

"Weeks, months? Depends on the poor souls across the lake really, not much we can do to speed things up."

"Fuck."

He turned away from the window, making a conscious effort to look into her eyes.

"You know, normal people would love to spend a free vacation in this beautiful place."

"Yeah well, I'm not normal people and neither are you. If we were you'd work in the factories and ask how high if police asked you to jump."

"True. So, what's your plan to survive the time?"

"I was thinking havoc, maybe some chaos and certainly a good amount of fireworks."

Another plan began to grow inside her head and part of her wondered why she hadn't come up with it earlier.

"Yeah, that's just like you, always ignoring the simpler of two options." He avoided looking at her but she had caught what he had said. She put down her mug.

"Yeah, I was thinking of having someone fuck my brains out, but sadly it's incredibly hard to find a man who's up to the job."

Alex shook his head and smiled over her lady-like choice of words, then nodded over to the couch. "You know, I bet this poor couch has never seen any fucking. I feel like we should change that."

... To be continued.
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The Cabin Hideout (Part 1)
Posted:Mar 11, 2019 9:52 am
Last Updated:May 20, 2019 6:27 pm
327 Views

What was one supposed to do if there was nothing left to do?

Laura had gotten so used to the omnipresent danger, the running and fighting that she thought she had forgotten how to relax. Back in the city they had barely had a day without any incidents, narrow escapes from police raids and she had been on constant alert. Then she had thought she hated it but now that it was over - at least for the time being - she wondered if she could ever return to a normal lifestyle.

Not that it was bad to safely lay low for a while - not with one of the mosts beautiful lake cabins as her hideout - just... out of her comfort zone.

The cabins were safe, remote and since they had never been connected to the network the government would never even know of their existence unless they sent someone personally, which was more than unlikely seeing they were still 110% occupied with damage control.

She had woken up a mere hour ago and despite everything being super beautiful she was already bored. The nights she had spent in empty apartments hoping she would wake up and still be alive had been just as silent and solitary, but then she had had a purpose.

Well, maybe her purpose was to catch a breath for a change, enjoy the rising sun and slightly chilly air.

A cup of coffee on the porch sounded like a great start, feet dangling into the water until it became too cold. And why exactly was she wearing clothes? Instinct had made her put on her jeans, the equally comfy and nondescript black sweater and even her pistol belt, but then she needed none of that out here, right?

Moments later she looked down upon her naked body with a smile and relaxation finally began to set in. With the slowest of paces she walked over to the large window that offered an amazing view on the lake, the rising sun and the trees in the distance.

Using her coffee as protection from the chilly morning air Laura went outside to dip her toes in, maybe take an early morning swim before the others would wake up. Or maybe not, the water was definitely a couple hundred degrees away from being warm.

Instead she used the glass window as a backrest, her elbows resting on her knees and her fingers turning the mug around to keep her fingers moving. She had always had problems keeping her fingers still, it drove her crazy to just sit or lie without moving.

The coffee tasted especially great, probably because it was one of the decent but cheap blends that the city's rich and poor scoffed at equally in their mutual ignorance.

For a moment Laura wondered why virtually nobody moved out here and instead even the poorest of the poor who had less than nothing to lose preferred to stay in the cities' lower levels where the sun never shone and the only natural thing they ever noticed was the rain pulling all the dirt down from the upper levels. Yet just in her view there was enough space for hundreds of people, but humanity had apparently forgotten about the vast empty areas surrounding the cities.

Smoke was rising from the hut on the other side of the lake where the tech squad slaved away on the data exports they had stolen in shifts in preparation of their return. Laura envied them a little because they still had work to do, but ever so slowly her body and mind had started to adjust and calm down. Another sip of coffee eased the shivers running over her naked skin and she decided to move back into the questionable warmth of a house heated by a stove that hadn't run for hours.

"Jesus, Laura, you can't walk around all naked here or you'll blind us poor souls."

Laura hadn't heard anyone enter the room and above all else that told her she had finally arrived in a vacation state of mind. She turned her head without moving away from the window and smiled over to Alex who shouldn't have been talking with his whole dress consisting of a pair of checkered boxers.

"Come on, you act as if you've never seen a naked chick."

"Chicks yes, but nothing as good looking as you."

"Stop it, you're making me blush. There's some coffee left if you like."

"Uh, sure. Not quite what I had on mind right now but I guess coffee's fine, too."

Laura chuckled and turned back to the window, enjoying herself and being naked around one of the few people she trusted far more than she should have. She listened to Alex pouring coffee into his mug and a second later he stood next to her, gazing out onto the water as much as her body.

Chuckling again she turned around to look at him, or maybe to tease him a little with a better sight of her breasts.

"Hey, my eyes are up here. Manners!"

He laughed and shook his head. "Sorry, sorry. You aren't making it easy, but then you know that and you love it because it brings some fun to the table. I bet you are already bored to death, eh?"

"Know me all too well. When can we go back again?"

"Weeks, months? Depends on the poor souls across the lake really, not much we can do to speed things up."

"Fuck."

He turned away from the window, making a conscious effort to look into her eyes.

"You know, normal people would love to spend a free vacation in this beautiful place."

"Yeah well, I'm not normal people and neither are you. If we were you'd work in the factories and ask how high if police asked you to jump."

"True. So, what's your plan to survive the time?"

"I was thinking havoc, maybe some chaos and certainly a good amount of fireworks."

Another plan began to grow inside her head and part of her wondered why she hadn't come up with it earlier.

"Yeah, that's just like you, always ignoring the simpler of two options." He avoided looking at her but she had caught what he had said. She put down her mug.

"Yeah, I was thinking of having someone fuck my brains out, but sadly it's incredibly hard to find a man who's up to the job."

Alex shook his head and smiled over her lady-like choice of words, then nodded over to the couch. "You know, I bet this poor couch has never seen any fucking. I feel like we should change that."

... To be continued.
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