IF YOU FOLLOW A DIRT ROAD NORTH JUST   
   WITHIN THE SECOND RING, AND NAVIGATE   
  THE OVERGROWN MAZE OF THE NORTH-EASTERN 
   RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, EVENTUALLY YOU   
    ARRIVE AT WHAT LOOKS LIKE A LARGE     
    FENCED-IN GROVE OF BIRD CHERRY AND    
        JUNIPER. IT'S QUITE LARGE,        
     AND WILL TAKE A WHILE TO CIRCLE,     
  ESPECIALLY SINCE IT'S GOT GARDENS AND   
  WALLS STICKING OUT OF IT IN MORE THAN A 
     FEW PLACES. BUT KEEP GOING, AND      
   EVENTUALLY THERE'LL BE LILACS, AND A   
            HOLE IN THE FENCE.            
                                          
 GO INSIDE.  WELL, IT'S HOLLOW, AND HIDES 
 A  PALE SWAMP (HERONS,  MOSQUITOS). IT'S 
 BRIGHTER  HERE,  AND  THE  SOUNDS OF THE 
 CITY SEEM  DISTANT. BUT THERE'S A SECOND 
 GROVE  INSIDE. ZIG ZAG  BETWEEN  PUDDLES 
 AND   SINKING    SHIPPING    CONTAINERS, 
 BECAUSE TOWARD  THE  INNER TREELINE  THE 
 GROUND     BECOMES     SOLID      AGAIN. 
                                          
  GO INSIDE. THIS TIME THERE'S A CRACKED  
 PARKING LOT, WITH SPRINKLED DANDELIONS,  
   LINED BY WISTERIA. EAST OF IT IS AN    
  ABANDONED BUILDING, WHAT USED TO HOUSE  
     AN OLD RESTAURANT. THE PAINT IS      
  CHIPPING, SOME WINDOWS ARE BROKEN, BUT  
        THE SIGNAGE IS STILL THERE:       
                                          
             "INDIAN PALACE".