A wild jumble of flowering plants line the west bank of the river. The slope is rather steep here next to the old bridge, but begins to flatten out a 100 yards further south where a large Willow tree drapes its branches into the river. A well beaten path leads down the bank next to what remains of the old bridge and dead ends at a small beach. A narrow path leads along the river going north and south but any non-thief using the path will have a difficult time climbing the slope above it. There is no cover to be found along this trail until it reaches the Willow tree. Beneath the branches of the Willow you can see what appears to be a rowboat pulled up on the bank. Along the top of the bank a lesser used path meanders down a gradual slope through the wildflowers, skirting the edge of the marsh, before disappearing under the branches of the Willow tree. You can see a faint path traveling further south along the river.
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