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Chapter 109: CIX. The Hospitality

Karl looked at Dag, smiling.

Reidar continued to move with circumspection.

After all three sat in front of the fireplace, the man returned to the house, his clothes completely wet.

"You were right, it's raining. Your horses will stay dry, I've fitted a protective tarp that will keep them safe" he said, taking off his hood.

"We thank you again!" said Dag, who stood up and walked toward him.

"If you pay, you can stay here as long as you want. From that door you enter the barn, you will sleep there" the old man replied.

"Yes... yes, of course. We will pay you, as promised" Dag replied.

He looked around: it looked like a normal farm, stacked on a wall there were many utensils to work the land. The two old ones were definitely peasants.

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