Gwentilda's Diary: entering the wells of langfold (Day Two)

Dear Diary
adventures looking bright today as I woke up in the tavern I stayed at... they fixed me up some sunny-side eggs and SAUSAGE ROLLS oh my lord they were so good!!!... i might have to add that to my favorite foods list soon but right now I must continue my journey...

 as I headed out on this bright beautiful mornin', the village gave me a pony so I didn't have to walk... so I saddled up the horse and made sure I had all my supplies before setting off on my journey. The sun was rising and the air was cool and crisp.

As I rode through the vales, I couldn't help but feel a sense of excitement and nervousness. This was, after all, my first time leaving home and venturing out on my own. But I knew I needed to fulfill my destiny. My nana has always told me that I was destined for greatness, and I believe her i just wish my parents would say the same.

As I continued on my journey, I came across another small village. I decided to stop and rest for a bit and get some supplies. The villagers were friendly and welcoming but they kinda looked strange with their face paint, though I was grateful for their hospitality. I decided to stock up on food, water, and other essentials before continuing on my way after i waved them all goodbye.

As the day went on, the landscape slowly changed. The roaring mountains and hills of the wells of Langfold gave way to more rugged terrain as I entered the vales.

As the sun started to set, I found a suitable spot to set up camp for the night. I tied my horse to a nearby tree and started a fire. As I sat by the fire, I couldn't help but think about the adventures that awaited me in the shire. I knew it wouldn't be easy, but I was determined to do whatever it took to fulfill my destiny.

As I drifted off to sleep, I was filled with a sense of determination and purpose. I knew that this journey would be a challenging one, but I was ready for whatever came my way. but I sadly got woken up by howling and had to protect my camp from attacking wolves...

Tomorrow, I will continue on my journey and have to put on some warm clothes as i make my way for the snowy mountains...