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A Journey to Esterbury

 
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 6:47 pm    Post subject: A Journey to Esterbury Reply with quote

The Fiesty Chicken is quiet as it is early morning. Nelius walks up to the bar to speak with Lino.

"Lino, I won't be needing my room fer a few days. I'm off ta Esterbury."

"Esterbury is it? What's takin' you there?" Lino asks, polishing the bar top.

"I've got to find a book" Nelius hefts his pack, barely taking time to wish Lino a farewell.

Lino watches the retreating Nelius with wonder "A book, fancy that. It must be an important book."
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