The party led by Lord Cauldyth move along the trails in the forest. They pass several small ponds full of frogs and spend most of the day riding. Lord Cauldyth is the member who has skills to track. He states that there has been foot traffic but it is close to a week old.
In the afternoon the group comes upon several piles of stones placed along the trail. Rehs and Erith recognize the arrangements as markers denoting it as a path used by Harpers. Lord Cauldyth states that the fork in the trail splits with one branch traveling north and the other east eventually towards the river and Caer Callidyr. He states that the eastern trail is more heavily traveled and some signs indicate that men have passed here in the last three days by the prints left.
The group travels the trail until the coming of twilight. Lord Cauldyth and Ayremyr locate a spring and the group makes camp here. At night wolves howl nearby; keeping the horses uneasy but no sign of the creatures is seen.