They all look like they're in their underwear clothes; they're going to potty. They 're having fun. They've been working hard. They're carrying hay.
One of the guys has one leg. "Fooey," says Faye. He's the only one with one leg. They're carring it on their heads because it's too heavy. They're going home, and going into a barn. They're going to dump the hay in the barn.
It's to eat - not them, the horses. They're coming back from the South. The horses are going to burp up the hay.
They round up the horses and ride them. The horses are going to eat the hay. The horses help the men do something, they carry the hay.
It feel hot in there. The hay is hot on their heads. There's no shade. They don't have many clothes on. When the breeze blows, it blows the hay off.
Lillian thinks there's an ocean out there. Maybe they'll take the horses' for a swim. One of the horses' name is Mary. After the swim, they'll swim with you, maybe.
The men live in the forest, where it's warm. They live together. Their from the same tribe, the Wanderers. They have customs and traditions, like going for a swim.
It's the afternoon. They're going to dump the hay. It's about lunch time. They have their lunch under the hay. What are they going to eat "Who cares!" says Connie. They'll probably eat what's under the tree; whatever they're ready to consume.
Martha was there, for about three hours and there were no animals out there. It's too hot! Maybe the animals are looking for something to eat, too. They're wasting their energy.
After this , they're going to the barn with the horses to take a nap. Those aren't men, they're ladies! They'll take a nap before they take off again. They'll have to; they'll be tired from the first time. They have to rest. They have to carry the hay all the way back.
Once they get home, thet'll dump the hay. Then they'll feed the hay to the horses. They'll get water for the horses from the river and then take a nap, and snore. They'll get a good night sleep and do it all over again.