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Cutting Cords and Clasping Hands: Part 4   1508.04.30  
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Creators: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer)
Fala debates her future as a ranger.
Posted: 04/23/15      [No comments yet] ~ 4165 words.
 

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1508.04.30

The tendays flitted past as Fala enjoyed her first summer of adulthood. She and Baarjan savored each other's bodies, parting company when Fala put a red bead on her necklace. Fala grinned when she saw Birka's necklace sprout a blue ashaakarg bead. Fala, Birka, and Anler moved into a tent with Beqash and some older rangers, who often took them to work with snow-unicorns. Inav's trio had found space with the tanners rather than the hearth-tender. Tetefii, still their rocker, drifted back and forth between both.

Often, Alvardu would swing through the Itadesh tents. He spent more than a few nights with Inama, and the occasional afternoon playing with Avlar. Many times, though, he sought out Fala in particular. He led her on hunting trips, with or without other rangers. He took her up the narrow feeder streams to fish. He took her down to the wide river to help with the salmon run -- not always to fish, but sometimes to stand watch for bears, spear in hand.


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