Give Us Sanctuary

Pine Peak Sanctuary 
#1
Wearing comfy clothes, sunglasses and a backpack. Also pulling this.


Locke slid his sunglasses down, clipping them to his shirt collar. Full moon soon to be rising in the distance, Locke didn't want to be that douchey guy walking around wearing sunglasses after dark, even if his shifter eyes could adjust. The classic red wagon he toted behind him snagged on a rock. Locked blew out an exasperated breath and yanked on the handle. It barely budged. A look was thrown over his shoulder at the guest riding with the watermelons. "Brace yourself." He warned right before pulling with both hands, sending the front wheel airborne for a split second. It landed with a heavy thunk, flying past the rock; the melons remained unscathed, settling back to their original position.

Bustling along, they made it from their car to the front entrance. Locked swung open the door with one hand and continued to tow his brother into the main building, wagon wheels squeaking noisily. Cliff would be somewhere inside and then they could get this thing started.

Everyone knows there's no party like a full moon party. And the twins always came prepared.
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#2
Work out clothes and hat on, check, brother towing him as he leaned back leisurely, check, food acquired, triple check. So far, it was smooth sailing. A sudden yank on the wagon and hands went to the edges of the vehicle of choice, preparing for the heave from his brother at the warning. The wagon thunked past the rock opposition, legs safely nestling the load from bouncing around too much.

Soon enough they were at the entrance and Locke so graciously opened the door for them. As he rolled in, Emmett looked around with a building whistle. ”You sure this is it?”
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#3
The only thing better than seeing a dude wheeling another dude in a wagon full of watermelons through the door of the little clubhouse would be if the wagon was full of bacon instead. But it was still a sight to see as he moved to the railing of the loft, having hopped up from where he'd challenged Natasha to a game of checkers. Cliff looked down over the railing, pressing his palms to the wood as he laughed, "You'd have to be pretty fuckin' lost if this wasn't the place you meant to be." He answered... one of them. The one in the melon wagon.


here is a general ref for the main space of the building. Up the stairs is games and stuff, down the hallway and around the corner is the medical area. There is also a communal locker room and showers down that right hallway too. Imagination, folks!

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#4
Natasha was completely getting her ass kicked at checkers, glaring at the board as Cliff jumped up to the sound of a loud whistle followed by the voice of a man. Quickly removing some of Cliffs checkers, Natasha jumped up towards the railing swinging her torso over as she looked down towards the boys, arm waving.

"Hey there. She hadn't heard too much about them, but she knew that they were twins although she hadn't quite expected them to look that much a like. It was gonna take her forever to learn which was which!
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#5
The interior looked like a log cabin on speed. Nice.

Locke dropped the wagon handle, hearing it thump lightly against the carpet. His eye drew up to Cliff on the second floor. An excellent choice for an entry spot, the higher ground made the little guy appear much taller.

He waved back at the other...covert sniff check...yep other bear. "Oh hey, new face. Nice to meet ya. I'm Emmett."
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#6
There was movement up on the balcony and Emmett inclined his head up and yo, there was Cliff answering his question. Great, so this was bear central base one and he could get used to it. In response, Emmett saluted. They'd gotten pretty lost before, but he wasn't about to say so at this moment.

Suddenly, there was a woman jumping up, saying hi, and everything about her was bear. Cool, a new shining face! ”And I’m Locke,” Emmett said with a lovably innocent smile, deciding it was time to get out of the cart and use his feet again. ”We brought watermelons to share.”
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#7
Natasha was right behind, greeting the boys and actually getting him names to put to faces. He took note of their clothes. Emmet, Locke. Got it. (Spoiler: He didn't.) But there was more important things at hand. Like a wagon of watermelons. So Cliff wasted no time in heading down the stairs at a brisk pace, and approaching the two with an extended hand. The bear maroooooood nosily, aggressively in his face given the moon was tonight. Food first, bear. They could agree on that. If the twins accepted, he'd grab both by the forearm in turn and pull them into a solid bro hug, complete with pats on the back and all that. The kodiak did his fair share of drooling and smacking, but lovingly. "This is Natasha," He said, stepping away to let her greet the others as he looked to the watermelons. Thankfully he'd stocked the kitchen with everything a kitchen needed. Including big knives. Not silver, of course.
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