Toby was constantly torn between having a good time and being pissed off. On one hand, he was having a damn good time just hanging out with family; everyone was up to something and he was constantly amused. Even when things got a little boring, he was able to hang out with Jack and Brandon, as luckily he hadn't quite caught sight of his bro hanging out with Cricket. But on the other hand, every now and then he'd noticed two absences in particular, as it was glaringly obvious when Miranda and Melli weren't around. Both Monday and Tuesday night so far consisted of them disappearing into the woods, and by no coincidence both of those old guys had conveniently disappeared.
By this point there was no doubt in his mind that something was going on. It was just too weird for both of them to hang out with these guys in particular. Miranda, maybe-- she surrounded herself with all sorts of people every day, if Raj was any indication-- but Melli was sometimes selective about who she befriended, much less disappeared into the goddamn woods with. He tried to keep a level head, though; surely she would know better than to get herself caught up with that guy.
He worried about both of them nonetheless. Even if that Dan guy seemed harmless, he couldn't shake the image of Miranda crying out of his head. If that happened, he'd have absolutely no problems punching a professor in the face, even if it meant expulsion from the school during his senior year. And even if he figured Melli knew better, he couldn't help but recall certain stupid decisions she'd made in the past. She was emotional, he knew, and he wondered if that translated into relationships.
On that Wednesday they'd disappeared yet again, and pissed off, he went searching for them without Nat this time. He even ventured into the woods for a while, turning up with no results, and he was so goddamn pissed by this point that he had trouble not throwing some sort of childish fit. Brooding, he went back to the campsite, and for some reason he spotted Callie in particular first.
He sat down next to her, brooding in place for a moment. Clearly restless, he kept moving his legs and adjusting his position as if to get comfortable. Eventually he bursted with words, though, his voice a little too loud to be calm and collected like he wanted it to be. "Have you seen Melli or Miranda?" He asked, expression all too serious. "They keep fucking disappearing, and it's not cool man. Isn't Melli your friend? Have you guys been hanging out and shit?"