Because we are hosted on a commercial product, we are constrained in our ability to present chronological strips. Bear with us, especially if you are viewing this on a cell phone or other remote device, which may require a lot of jumping back and forth to see each adventure "day" in order. Generally, within each day the next strip/slide will be found to the right of the current one, accessible by clicking or swiping. Exiting a day's slides may sometimes take you to the wrong place, requiring you to navigate to the beginning of the next day.
"So, Harry, for all the time you spend looking out over this scene, have you ever thought about exploring the valley?"
"What? And possibly leave the sacred precincts of Gozaimasu Township?"
And with this simple repartee the first adventure of Tom and Harry begins, including a tour of the lake, Pine Island, West Lake City, Gozaimasu, and an eventful return to Cow Manor.
(Unfortunately, only six and a half of the eleven "days" that Tom and Harry spend adventuring have been posted so far.)
"Tom, the weatherman said we can see the Aurora Borealis here once in a while... What is it?"
That innocent question sets the boys off to see the Northern Lights! Along the way they discover new sights, brave a terrible storm, make new friends, escape death and destruction, and, perhaps most importantly, visit the Corn Palace!
(Like the first adventure, this series is only partially posted, because it is still ongoing; check back regularly for updates.)
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