Jerret's feet drifted back and forth as the swift current of River Moss swirled around the quiet eddy he had his feet in. He'd been traveling all day but had still not caught up to his sister.
Drat she could move fast when she wanted to.
Jerret's rudder like otter tail slapped on the soft ground of the embankment he was sitting on.
He was not happy. Not happy at all. If his sister hadn't been such a bumbling idiot, he wouldn't be in this mess right now.
Jerret calmed down. His sister wasn't a bumbling idiot and he knew it. She was just…
Jerret sighed and stood up. Streaching his back, he pondered the situation. Now that he had reached River Moss, (Which he was sure was how his sister was currently traveling), he'd be sure to catch up. She wasn't nearly as good a swimmer as Jerret. Jerret hoped that by midday, he would have caught up to his sister.
Redwall He thought My sister has got quite an imagination
His sister had only talked about Redwall for the past week but no one had actually expected her to take off. Not until after the accident that is.
Now I've got to go and fetch her back
Jerret groaned. Being a bigger brother was a tough life when your sister so pig headed.
Sighing again, Jerret stepped to the edge of the embankment. With a swift dive, he was in the water and again in persuit of his sister.
What Jerret didn't realize was that his sister was not the only one being tracked. From a bush nearby, a pair of eyes watched as the form slipped into the water. After Jerret had been gone for several minutes and the beast was sure he was a good distance again, he stepped out and dived into the water himself after the beast.
Several Hours later, Jerret was again on an embankment resting his sore body.
Shades, she could move. He thought. Although he had been traveling all day, he still had not caught site of his sister.
"What am I going to do?" He said aloud.
"Maybe I can help." Came the unexpected response.
Jerret whirled around to see who had spoken.
OOC: Yay first IC post goes to me!