I covered Rowan’s terrible relationship track record a while back, so let’s see how Birch and his fiancée are doing.
Birch is Ceannic-born, but of Getsunese descent; “Baker” is a Getsunese last name. Annie, short for Anise, is Ceannic (specifically, Aibreán).
We’ll have a storyline about their wedding…at some point. Lots of other stuff has to go down first.
Birch: Do you want our married last name to be Baker-Persil, or Persil-Baker?
Annie: Let’s flip a coin over it. But not right now! Here’s the lake!
Have you ever seen anything so beautiful?
Birch: All the time, Annie. All the time.
Annie: Shame we have to stop moving in order to have a good cuddle . . .
Birch: Maybe we don’t! Watch this!
(ROW ROW ROW GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM)
I am impressed with Birch’s leg strength – even if he’s being slow and steady, he’s doing, with his one leg, an exercise that most people do with a significant portion of their entire body.
Is that a goat-cat-dog?
That delights me.
They should mash their names together and be ‘Basil’.
I second this!!
Umm, if you only row one oar without rowing the other, you turn in a circle. In fact, that’s how people turn when rowing or canoeing; they only row one of the oars.
It’s hard to see because of the angle, but he’s supposed to be rowing both of them.