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Post by Beleza Negro on Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:16 pm


A large snowy field, about 15 by 20 miles worth of nothing aside from a few lone trees, surrounded by beautiful pine tree filled forests. Don't let this description fool you, Its very easy to get lost here, as for its 9 times out of 10 snowing here, and whenever it's not snowing, there's fog, so you can't see what way you came from through the trees, and your paw prints have already most likely been covered by that time. During a snow storm, the trees are often covered in crystals, Beautiful, though they can be very dangerous if you decided to sleep under a tree for shelter.
Animals; Rabbit, Mice, Whitetailed Deer, A Few Black Bear, Dogs, Very often lone wolves or a mating pair but very rare a large pack, and some other common prey.

Area Picture Was Taken; Unknown area in Northern, Maine

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Post by Beleza Negro on Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:19 pm

Shiloh shuffled through the snow, Which was about up to her knee, Meaning it was up to centavos chest, even though most of her body were her legs. Centavo followed the path that Shiloh was kind of clearing. After a while of aimless wandering to find her owner or any dog on her team, she gave up, collapsing next to Centavo with a thud and a whimper. Centavo curled up, being able to fit in between her front and back legs when Shiloh was on her side. It was at most 5 degrees F outside, which wasn't as bad as some nights, but with the wind chill it felt more like -10. She got alerted when she smelled a familiar scent then heard light footsteps as if trying to sneak up. Quickly she put her head up, searching for the cause of the noise. After a bit of searching, She saw a large golden and black dog, Her father. Her father was about 20-30 pounds heavier, but the same height, all the extra weight being muscle. She hadn't seen her father since she was a month old, and was generally scared of him. She put her head down and prayed he wouldn't come closer.

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Post by Koa on Sun Feb 19, 2017 3:38 pm

Koa trudged through the snow, his broad chest made it easy to push through it, but it was nonetheless still tiring. His breed was meant for powering through snow and working in the Swiss Alps, however he was not raised there. Maine wasn't much like the Swiss Alps either. He collapsed, breathing heavily as he tried to gain the energy to continue. After a few minutes he slowly got back up and continued on. It wasn't long until he found himself staring at a large golden-black dog warily. Koa growled lowly, keeping his distance.
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Post by Bronze on Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:43 pm

Bronze trudged through the snow, the top layer being a bit icy, but everything below it like a fine, fairytale-like powder. After a while of walking aimlessly, she sees a hare, Light enough to walk on the layer of ice. Bronze tried to chase the hare, Leaping over the snow, but she leaped too early, giving the rabbit too much of a head-start. She went over to the forest line, finding a spot where the ice was thick enough to support her. She figured it used to be a puddle that had now frozen, perhaps from someone pouring water on the spot. She sat at the forest line, waiting patiently, Who knows what for.


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