Spit-Shine and Hammer Time!
The Beast may notice a flash of orange in the river water while he travels. The hatchling has decided that a big fish is a good step up from a rabbit.

as-logic-dictates-rp:

The Beast’s ability to perceive color is limited, but the bright flash is noted. The running water dampens the scent of dragonkin, and for a moment, she is mistaken for a fish, herself. A large find, for these shallow waters— perhaps a salmon, trapped somehow on the way to its spawn?

He creeps close as quietly as a creature his size is capable, then leans his stout neck out over the river, attempting to examine the small shape wriggling in the water.

She surfaces with a fish wriggling in her maw. Not big enough to bring home and show off, so she gobbles it down then and there.

It’s only once she’s finished that she notices her audience, and promptly squeaks in surprise and falls back on her rump.

Surprise, however, is quickly replaced by curiosity, and she scampers to the riverbank, chirruping curiously.

Who are you? Where’d you come from? Why do you only have one eye? What’s your name? Do you like fish?

choochoomotherslagger:

spitshineandhammertime:

choochoomotherslagger:

spitshineandhammertime:

…Taco?

somebody was like “you and taco fighting are upsetting knock out’s sprog”

and they explained to me what a sprog was but

.tiny murdertaco??

…you’re calling Tat’ka a taco?

… tatch kah?

cause i’ve just been hearing taco

Oooohhhhhh. Hee. Taco.

Nah, it’s Tat’ka!

*ties a sparkly, purple bow to your helm*
Anonymous

I AM EXTRA FANCY

The rabbit hunting had ended in success, and her parents were oh so pleased with her.She’s determined to catch something even bigger now.

choochoomotherslagger:

spitshineandhammertime:

…Taco?

somebody was like “you and taco fighting are upsetting knock out’s sprog”

and they explained to me what a sprog was but

.tiny murdertaco??

…you’re calling Tat’ka a taco?

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Neptunite - Gem Mine, San Benito County, California

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Neptunite - Gem Mine, San Benito County, California