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Fern-hunting parties became popular, allowing young women to get outside in a seemingly innocuous pursuit with less rigid oversight and chaperoning than they saw in parlors and drawing rooms. They may have even had the occasional romantic meetup with a similarly fern-impassioned beau. — Bree

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Separating was also not a great idea, though they weren't doing great at staying together anyway. If she were to volunteer to be the human sacrifice.. well... Hogsmeade had plenty of debutantes anyway...

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Dancing Horses
July 4th, 1888 - Padmore Park, Hogsmeade

During his time with the carnival Ri had seen his fair share of weird things, but the fog was perhaps one of the biggest nuisances yet. First they had been guaranteed then the fog had moved in and the festival was pushed back. As if the lost profits from that weren’t bad enough the carnival was left without magic and forgotten in the middle of town with no way out. The most excitement the carnies had had was when one of the trolls escaped - although that of course was rather a public relations disaster.

Ri luckily had his side business to keep him occupied, but he chafed at the situation. Bored, Ri wandered to the edge of the carnival tents near where they had the winged horses tied up and peered into the fog. Not that there was anything to see with the dense fog everywhere. The horses whinnied and pranced as if someone were coming along, Ri shook his head at them. They seemed more skittish than normal in this fog.

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