Z wrote:I'm starting a project that may never be finished and may be a fruitless task. I'm reposting old threads from the group and previous forum for prosperity's sake, and to boost the post counts for old members to where they should really be.
Zira shrugged. "I suppose it is," she replied. Zira continued walking at a fast pace, but never straying too far from the saftey of her human companion. The pace didn't leave much room for talk, and it didn't take long to reach the inn where her horse was stabled. Zira went in through the front door the inn, paid for stabling, then led Edwin out the back into the stableyard.
She found her horse and let him out of his stall. He was a tall gray gelding, not quite big enough to be a warhorse, but he definately had some warhorse blood in him. He pranced out of his stall, obviously happy to be out, then gave his coat a shake. Zira started brushing hay and dust off his back before she began saddling him. Now she and Edwin had a chance to talk again.
"This is Thunder," she introduced her mount. "If you want to get a horse, we can head down to the markets and find you something."