Description from Crazy Chick Frida: Under the tree with an owl perching and looking down at her she stopped, listened carefully, and thought to herself “Wonder what those dogs are up too.”Yes she had heard some crazy stories but she hadn’t really believed in them. As a newcomer to this area she wasn’t yet familiar with wolfs around, and she had so many other things to attend, than out chasing them. However today her curiosity took over; she had been out scouting an area of interest when she hit upon a bloody mess and a lot of huge paw prints, doggy leftovers. Keeping in mind the warning words of her new family members, to keep a safe distance to wolf and to not get in their way, especially not around these days of the year, she started to track them down.
She inhaled the night and looked up in the tree to meet the owl eyes; she wondered what great things the owl must know, wished she could ask it. Suddenly a howling wolf broke the silence, next second, the sound of the whole pack and the answer of another pack traveled through the valley. Immediately her senses sharpened, muscles alert signaling to body to be ready to move. They couldn’t be far away now. She started off as fast as she dared; silent on easy foot she ran through the forest, her dark skin along with her long black hair fluttering in the wind, along with her speed had the impression of a shadow traveling the forest. When hit by the moonlight her light brown eyes had a silvery glow.
Slowing down and sniffing the air, she wrinkling her nose, that wasn’t a good smell. She had made sure she had the wind blowing from wolfs direction, not reviling her scent. Carefully sneaking forward considering how the forest becomes less thick and how the moonlight grows stronger, she now could distinguish sound of their movements. She crawled behind a rock peeking out over the field, her eyes meet by the sight of five huge wolfs with cold golden glowing eyes and trembling bodies… She shivered and had to tell herself that she is strong and fast, yes very fast, sure those dogs couldn’t outrun her?
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