Just outside the wealthy town of Tigelfáh runs the track leading to the river and further on the mountains. Along the track, just before the river lives Egbert and his wife Hilda along with their young sons Henry and William.
Egbert inherited the hut from his father who had lived before the conquest. Unfortunately his father was a better warrior than a builder and he was a particular good warrior. Egbert now has to suffer his wife’s nagging for a new hut. But times are hard under the name rulers of the land and Egbert has to give half of the crops and food he produces to The Earl of Léonas whose expanding castle shadows Egberts small crooked, damp mud hut.
Its a nice crooked house! The roof is of a simple design, yet achieves great effect!
The grass and tree is used well, the tree being especially cool!
If any thing could be improved the path is to unrealistic, I first thought it was a muddy river to begin with.
Still, Good Luck in the CCCX!