It was looking as though the pair was not only lost on a waterlogged island, but soon to be in the dark as well. Gully had a convenient glow to him, but it could only do so much to light the way. The waters of the stream looked bottomless black just outside the soft ring of light and the roots barely became visible in time not to fall over them.
Lexi scratched absently at the dried mud on her cheek and cast a fretful look around. Her horse might be able to rest comfortably enough in the water, but she needed something a little less of a drowning hazard before she'd be willing to lay down for the night.
Gully was somewhat better suited for the low visibility. As it continued to darken he took the lead and made no complaints when Lexi grabbed fistfuls of his tail to keep from getting separated. He could tell the stream was quickly bottoming out as it drew to an end. The quality of the root tangles was changing as well, becoming lower to the ground and spread out. From the looks of it Gully felt he was on the track of a decent enough place to stop before Lexi hurt herself tripping over her own tired feet one too many times.
Gully is just far too adorable. I would have loved a him as a nightlight pony when i was a kid! These two are far to entertaining together!
I'd love a nightlight pony now so I could walk around in the dark without worrying about any cat speed bumps tripping me. All attempts to be serious have failed the odd couple so far .
Ohwow, I really love how Gully's light is basicly the only lightsourse.
Suddenly Lexi has found herself in a survival horror game with nothing but her fear and a
flashlight pony XD
Getting out of the water is an excellent goal for the night, I'd say