“Hurry up,” she snapped at Andy even though she had been the one to delay them.
For a moment he looked as if he’d snap back, but he held his tongue, then pushed past her up the trail. Pretty stupid since she held the GPS.
They climbed a trail studded with tree roots that had pushed up through the ground, giving them footholds on the slippery, red-clay path. The small trail passed through what looked to Liesel like virgin, hardwood forest. It was so narrow that when they met another group coming down they had to step off into the woods until the people passed.
Abruptly, the trail widened. Andy stopped so fast that Liesel barreled into his back, but he didn’t even budge. “Why did you stop?” she complained.