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She let Vlad lead the donkey, and she dispatched Willem to scout ahead for berries. Although he frowned a little at what he considered children’s work, it kept him occupied and useful. Alexeika never missed an opportunity to glean all the food they could. By the time they reached the valley floor, shadows were sloping through the mountain ravines. Looking ahead through the trees, Alexeika could see the ghostly outlines of the tents. She loved coming home at twilight, when the cooking fires were burning small and bright like glittering jewels and a peaceful hush had descended over the camp.
It felt strange, having Sir Terent address him with such respect. Dain frowned. “You and the others will escort the chevard’s body home, while—” “Nay,” Sir Terent said crisply. Flustered by this refusal to follow his first order as their new master, Dain scowled at him. “What do you—” “For the past six years I’ve been the knight champion of Thirst Hold,” Sir Terent said. His ruddy face looked as stern and determined as Dain had ever seen it. ” Sir Alard stared at him with his mouth agape. “How can you think of the tourney at a time like—” Sir Polquin elbowed him in the ribs and growled something to keep him quiet.
She did not want to hurt him, this boy-man who had yet to grow his first beard, but she did not want matters to go too far. “Thank you, Kexis,” she said briskly. She raised her braid to let air cool the back of her neck, then headed for the traps. “I’ve no time for resting in the shade. We’ll get these traps cleaned and the pelts loaded before we rest. ” Kexis scowled, but he had little choice but to follow her and start the disagreeable chore of scraping off bits of fur and gore. They’d been trapping isleans—large, slim rodents with stringy, tasteless meat unfit for eating.