A fog had settled over everything it seemed, hanging heavily in the bay. It blanketed the cliffs and the water itself. Though, looking west towards the sun it seemed like it might lift soon. It wasn’t the fog itself that had drawn Larisa’s attention, but the rise of land inside the bay. Through the fog she could still make out the green of the trees that rose out of the salt water. She wondered what was out there.
The pale wolf lifted her muzzle skyward and howled shortly for her cousins. She had not felt the peace and calm of having family nearby for so long, and already she felt a profound sense of relief at having found them again. It had been pleasant to stay in one place for a little while as well. Larisa made regular trips back to the mouth of the river that emptied into the bay. There was other game here, and again she knew the comfort of sleeping with a full belly.
It was growing close to sunset proper though, and she wanted to find her cousins again. She had been spending her time just settling in here again, but she recognized the need for long term plans. Or at least to know what their plans were. She waited for a few moments and then tossed out another, shorter call. In the fog no doubt the three of them would have a hard time finding one another, but her voice would carry just the same.
Feb 25, 2018 08:42 PM
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