The torches did not seem to work as well as the previous night. I heard no zombies, skeletons, or creepers (no one ever hears the creepers), but the spiders were deafening. Occasionally one would scamper past the glass, but I could hear others overhead. I broke the glass, ran outside, and turned.
The spiders jumped down off the hill and gave chase... for about two seconds. Then they just stopped and loomed around my camp, losing all interest in me. No creepers tried to ambush me, either. Perhaps the torches did work.
The ground rose as the day progressed, occasionally dropping off into canyons to the south. The ocean was visible in the distance from time to time.
|Canyon to the south.|
|Atop a mountain.|
|Ocean off to the south.|
|South-east. Ocean to the south, woods to the east.|
Passing through the woods, I came to the edge of the continent and a rather fruitful seaside cavern.
|Through the woods.|
|One lone pig.|
|(looking south) I see iron...|
|And even more iron!|
I worked my way down into the cavern, slowly and carefully. It was still early and there could be mobs lurking in the shadows. My fears were unfounded, though, and I managed to obtain more iron in this one cavern than the past few nights mining.
|Land to the south east.|
|Same land from my boat. Looks like some tall mountains.|
|Heading east. I decided to sail around the peninsula and keep my boat for a while longer...|
|...but that didn't work out so well.|
|Land to the north.|
|A closer look.|
|Looking north and- oh! More iron!|
|Never thought I would be mining from a boat.|
|To the south.|
|Following the river. Mostly east but a bit north.|
|Stopped to grab some coal.|
|Sun getting low.|
|Land to the south. Gonna camp on the beach.|
|This should do.|
|Not a moment too soon.|
|Do your thing, torches.|