The three queens were bored. The silk route, entrusted to their protection by Genghis Khan, was secured, creating a bridge between Asia and Europe. China was also experiencing a period of prosperity and peace under the reign of the Ming Dynasty. But the queens, accustomed to going through fire and water to emerge victorious from the most extraordinary adventures, were feeling bored.
Rosa Negra proposed a meeting in her library, where books from all the countries of the world were kept. There they could consult them and decide which country to visit in search of new challenges. The three queens gathered in Rosa Negra’s library in the Geographical Maps Room.
The room was immense, and its walls were covered with maps of hundreds of countries of the five continents. The task was not easy. After long deliberation, they still had not found a country that would ignite their imagination. Suddenly Rosa Blanca found a small book on one of the shelves. Its title intrigued her, “The Legend of the Mojave Desert.” She, who loved deserts, began to imagine all kinds of adventures in the gentle and glowing dunes, but … of what country? The desert was in California in the country of North America.