marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

on the way

May have to revise the scene where they arrive at the inn.

I had commented that she rejects the notion of traveling on while there was daylight.

But inns really would be situated a day's journey apart.  That was how you got the custom to fill them up.

Unless I had put something unpleasant the next day so that they didn't want the inn in it -- I forget what the next scenes have.  (The wonders of revision.)

Or I could have Ginny tell her that the spell went wrong there.  Since she's already stayed at the inn two times this trip, while trudging along on the road.
Tags: revision, travel, world-building: buildings

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