Long, Long Way From Home
A Long Way from HomeDescriptionChapter(s)2Location(s)SwampGiven byYaren BoltRewardUp to 400 + up to 2500 XPAdditional InformationTypeSecondary questRelatedNoneIDq2003_wayhomeA Long Way from Home is a secondary quest in Chapter II which Geralt can undertake if he asks Yaren Bolt a second time if he needs the services of a witcher, having already completed Flowers and Gold for him. Despite being optional, it does provide quite a lot of meaningful information about the main quests and should not be neglected.
Long, Long Way From Home
The lumberjacks are in trouble - they have been cut off from supplies by wandering monsters. Yaren Bolt promised to pay me if I can deal with this threat. I must quickly kill the monsters blocking the road and take care of the vodyanoi issue. Time really matters - perhaps I should go to Vaska, as she seems to get along with the fishpeople well. I must kill the monsters blocking the road and take care of the vodyanoi issue as quickly as possible. Perhaps I should turn to Vaska with this problem.
Fiona prepares herself for her court hearing, having decided to attempt to get full custody of the Gallagher children. To better her chances, Fiona, Lip, and Ian forge a will in which Aunt Ginger leaves them the house. She gets help from Veronica in getting a deceased body of an elderly woman to pose as the recently passed away Ginger. Meanwhile, Frank tries to clean up his antics. Jimmy deals with the sudden visitation by immigration and has sex with Estefania again. Sheila gets visited at her home by the biological teenage father of baby Hymie and his mother, who Sheila decides to give Hymie to. Shortly after, Karen returns home. Debbie runs away from her foster home after having to do illegal manual labor along with the other children there. Ian is avoided by Mickey after they were caught having sex by Mickey's father and having been beaten up as a result. Fiona finally faces Frank in court; the judge continues Frank's parental rights but declares Fiona the other legal guardian of the Gallagher children. Lip tries to file the forged will from Aunt Ginger for the house while in court, but finds out that a family relative by the name of Patrick filed an (equally forged) will earlier that supersedes theirs.
I was talking to someone recently who told me about looking back through some old letters that her mother had written to her. And her mother has been gone for a long time, but she was looking through these letters the other day and she said that just reading those letters, those letters from her mother from long ago, and reading what her mother said about how much she loved her and how thankful she was for her and how proud she was of her, even after all these years there was something powerfully encouraging and joyful to remember and to know the love of her mother.
It's 1949. When war veteran Aloysius Archer is released from Carderock Prison, he is sent to Poca City on parole with a short list of dos and a much longer list of don'ts: do report regularly to his parole officer, don't go to bars, certainly don't drink alcohol, do get a job - and don't ever associate with loose women. The small town quickly proves more complicated and dangerous than Archer's years serving in the war or his time in jail.
Gibby's older brothers have already been to war. One died there. The other came back misunderstood and hard, a decorated killer now freshly released from a three-year stint in prison. Jason won't speak of the war or of his time behind bars, but he wants a relationship with the younger brother he hasn't known for years. Determined to make that connection, he coaxes Gibby into a day at the lake: long hours of sunshine and whisky and older women. 041b061a72