Day One (Mon/Tue):
You wake up to the rising sun after actually having rest for a few hours. The tarp has kept you warm for the night, even if the little droplets of dew sitting on it. There’s a dense mist around the forest, as the sun rays break through the foliage. You stretch, having the luxury of a few peaceful minutes to yourself. You take a look over the berries you had collected before falling asleep. They seem to be deep dark purple, with a format that reminds you of raspberries. You smell them and they seem to be very sweet with a hint of sour taste. As you are analyzing them, your stomach rumbles. This might be the only time of the day you have to eat, and you seem to have a hefty amount of berries that should hold you until the night. However, you’re still not sure about the danger of eating them, even if they seem sweet and harmless. Do you eat them anyway or put them away and move forward?