ZZ Adventures in the Savage North

Prelude: Grayham Inn

June 17th, the Feast of St. Botulf

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Though the sun shone bright this afternoon, evening brought the lowering clouds, and soon the sky spat rain upon the hapless traveler. The shadows began to gather at the edges of the wood long before the sun sank beyond the west, and the wise traveler sought for shelter. For some, upon the great road that ran from Marburg to Armigen, this shelter was the Grayham Inn. The stout stone walls and half-timbered upper story were a welcome sight for many a traveler, even on dark days like these.

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